Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels, 32, looked confused after he was sent off by English referee Michael Oliver. Antoni, the attacking line of Ajax Amsterdam, even less
Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels has no hesitation in criticizing Michael Oliver’s performance after the English referee kicked him off the pitch during the break. The first half of the game was a 3-1 defeat by Ajax Amsterdam in the Champions League. On Wednesday, according to a report from ‘Sports1’
Hummels thrashed Antoni Mathaus dos Santos without touching his opponent and only Ajax’s Brazilian forward stomped on the 32-year-old centre-back, but Oli Wer drew a red card and drove the defender of the Yellow Tigers out of the field immediately. Even if VAR has been checked
‘I don’t know how you can give that red card. How can a referee at Champions League level give that red card,’ said Hummels. ‘I was on the pitch and thought for them to watch. when he also confirmed that it was a red card I can’t believe it That was a ridiculous mistake. The referee decides the game and I think he knows that.’
Hummels also mentions Antony’s flexing too much contributed to the decision of the black shirt.
‘His performance should not be overlooked in this regard. He came up to me and said it wasn’t a red card. He’s a great footballer. But he has to learn to be an athlete.’
Dortmund captain Marco Reus has commented that VAR should help the black shirt overturn the decision as Hummels has not made contact with his opponents. in such a cadence
‘If we have people sitting in a warm room Who can view and verify the decision? If they decide you can give a red card like that, I’m sorry, something is wrong in football.’