There was plenty of controversy during the game with the home side denying what looked to be a good penalty, before Robert Lewandowski scored the winning goal from the spot after a fiery decision contested with Mats Hummels.
Speaking after the game, Dortmund’s players were unimpressed with referee Felix Zwayer, an official who was banned from football for six months after allegedly taking bribes in 2005 – despite confirmation of the claim. The ban was not introduced until several years later.
“It’s not a penalty, [Hummels] not looking at the ball, he is fighting for it. It hit him,” Bellingham said. “You can look at a lot of decisions in the game; you put out a match-fixed referee before the biggest game in Germany, what do you expect? ”
Striker Erling Haaland Similarly, was also unhappy with the referrer screen and shortly after full-time, tweeted a dislike emoji on a tweet citing Zwayer’s announcement of his appointment to the game. He quickly deleted that tweet, but like Bellingham, didn’t keep it evaluate in front of the lens.
“I think it’s a scandal when it comes to refereeing,” he said.
“Clear punishment [on Reus in the first half]. I ask [the referee] ‘Why don’t you go see?’, he said ‘no need’, like an arrogant man… no, you have to calm down a bit now.
“He was arrogant and I won’t say more.”
In the match itself, Julian Brandt gave BVB the lead, before he left the field after a head collision. Lewandowski and Kingsley Coman turned the game around before half-time, with Haaland leveling the score just minutes after restarting.
However, it was Lewandowski who had the final say from the penalty spot, leaving him as the league’s top scorer in 16 for the campaign, four ahead of Leverkusen’s Patrick Schick – who scored four. on Saturday afternoon in a 7-1 win over the club in the end. Greuther Furth – and the year before Haaland.
https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/jude-bellingham-borussia-dortmund-bayern-munich-b1969950.html Jude Bellingham questioned the referee who ‘fixed the first game’ after Bayern beat Borussia Dortmund