He’s match-fixed earlier than… what do you count on! Jude Bellingham launches astonishing attack on referee Felix Zwayer after Borussia Dortmund’s loss to Bayern Munich, as Erling Haaland labels official ‘conceited’ after controversial penalty choices
- Bayern Munich took a 3-2 victory over Borussia Dortmund on Saturday night
- Robert Lewandowski scored a contentious late winner from the penalty spot
- Dortmund gamers and supervisor had been livid with Felix Zwayer’s resolution
- Bellingham introduced up the referee’s involvement in a previous match-fixing scandal
- Zwayer was banned for six months after the 2005 German soccer scandal
Jude Bellingham has launched an extraordinary attack on referee Felix Zwayer, citing his involvement in a previous match-fixing scandal, following Borussia Dortmund’s 3-2 defeat to Bayern Munich.
Dortmund gamers had been livid with the referee over quite a few choices throughout the derby match, particularly a penalty which was awarded after Mats Hummels appeared to deal with within the space when the scores had been stage at 2-2.
Robert Lewandowski made no mistake from the spot to place Bayern Munich forward within the enormous high of the desk conflict and so they held out for the victory.
Jude Bellingham hit out at referee Felix Zwayer after Borussia Dortmund’s loss to Bayern Munich
After the match chatting with Viaplay Fotball, Bellingham slammed the referee.
He mentioned: ‘Well for me it wasn’t (a penalty) you already know. He (Hummels) isn’t even trying on the ball and he is combating to get it.
‘It hits him and I do not even assume he is trying on the ball however you already know you possibly can have a look at numerous the choices within the sport.
Bellingham referenced Zwayer’s involvement in a previous match-fixing scandal
‘You give a referee that has match-fixed earlier than, the most important sport in Germany what do you count on?’
Bellingham’s interview appeared to reference the 2005 German soccer match-fixing scandal.
Zwayer was banned for six months for his involvement which included accepting a €300 bribe from fellow referee Robert Hoyzer.
Erling Haaland additionally spoke to media after the sport and needed to maintain himself from criticising the referee greater than he did.
The striker felt that Dortmund ought to have been awarded a penalty for a problem on Marco Reus and mentioned the referee was ‘conceited’ in his response when the striker requested him why he did not verify VAR.
Dortmund gamers had been livid with quite a few choices given towards them on the night time
Robert Lewandowski’s penalty which sealed the victory was the speaking level of the match
Haaland mentioned: I believe it was a really scandal on the subject of the referee.’
He added: ‘Clear penalty. I requested him why did not you go and look and he mentioned ‘no want’ like conceited. I’ve to relax a little bit bit now however yeah he was conceited, I will not say extra.’
Julian Brandt had given BVB the early lead, earlier than he later went off after a conflict of heads.
Lewandowski and Kingsley Coman turned the match round earlier than half-time, with Haaland levelling issues simply minutes after the restart.
Dortmund supervisor Marco Rose was despatched off for dissent after his animated appeals on the touchline fell on deaf ears as tempers threatened to boil over after Bayern had been awarded their match-winning penalty.
Bayern Munich now maintain a 4 level lead over their rivals following their victory on Saturday night time.
Dortmund’s supervisor Marco Rose took to the stands after he was despatched off for dissent