Barcelona reportedly still feel like they are being victimised by referees after more woe in their Copa del Rey loss to Athletic Bilbao on Thursday.
The Spanish champions were denied what looked like a clear penalty at San Mames after Frenkie de Jong was pushed inside the penalty area.
Bilbao went on to score an injury time winner through Inaki Williams to seal a place in the semi-final of the competition on a night where Real Madrid where also eliminated.
The Catalan club have not protested the decision publicly but ESPN report that they feel the on-pitch decision was clearly wrong and "should have been reversed by the VAR."
It is not the first time that Barca have been left unhappy at refereeing decisions this season.
They also had two goals ruled out against Atletico Madrid in the semi-final of the Spanish Supercopa and, from 2-1 up, went on to lose the game 3-2, with Ernesto Valverde sacked a few days later.
But it was other decisions in that game that they were more peeved off with, the report adds.
Both Felipe and Saul Niguez committed infringements inside the box which did not lead to penalties and were not seemingly checked by the VAR, either.
Against Ibiza in the Copa del Rey, Fran Grima fouled Ansu Fati inside the area but referee Gonzalez Fuertes ignored the incident. Antoine Griezmann went on to score an injury-time winner against the minnows.
A draw with Real Sociedad drew the most complaints, however, after Sergio Busquets was left confused as to why his foul on Diego Llorente had resulted in a penalty for La Real.
However a similar incident involving Llorente and Gerard Pique at the other end, with the score locked at 2-2, resulted in nothing.
"I don't know why VAR didn't review [the challenge on Pique]," Busquets said after that game. "Those moments have to be looked at by VAR.
"But we don't know what's going on in the referee's head or when VAR should get involved. We don't know and we're not going to know because they don't say. They don't make any comments [about the decision process]."
Worrying about dodgy refereeing is not what Barcelona need right now with the club looking more and more unstable.
A rift between star player Lionel Messi and sporting director Eric Abidal has led to some people suggesting the six-time Ballon d’Or winner could move on to pastures new.
And with bitter rivals Real Madrid looking better and better each week in their hunt for the La Liga title, all is not well in Catalonia.