After defeat against Leipzig: Werder coach Ole Werner expresses disappointment with the referee’s performance


After defeat against Leipzig: Werder coach Ole Werner expresses disappointment with the referee’s performance

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Ole Werner is unhappy that his team didn’t get a penalty against Leipzig.

Bundesliga soccer club Werder Bremen lost 2-1 (0-1) against RB Leipzig on Saturday afternoon. A scene in the final phase caused a stir.

In injury time, Leipzig defender Willi Orban brought down the Bremen World Cup driver Niclas Füllkrug in the penalty area after a contact. The spectators, players and coaches immediately protested. But the penalty whistle didn’t come. “For me, Orban against Füllkrug was a situation in which penalties were sometimes awarded,” said Werder’s coach Ole Werner after the final whistle.

Shortly thereafter, probably because of a complaint about this action, Werner saw the yellow card.

In the interview after the game, the coach criticized the communication with the referees. “I don’t really want to say much more because it just annoys me. Responsibility is always shifted to each other, and in the end nobody really knows who decided what and why,” explained Werner.

In general, the coach does not seem to have always been satisfied with the referees’ decisions in recent weeks. At least he criticizes sharply: “As a climber you get them penalty apparently not this year. That’s what I’ve taken away from the last few weeks, and that at least surprises me.”

This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as After defeat against Leipzig: Werder coach Ole Werner expresses disappointment with the referee’s performance released.

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