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Once again, the use of the video referee in the Bundesliga caused a stir. And once again trainers were annoyed that he had even turned on. Surprisingly, Daniel Farke from Borussia Mönchengladbach and Michael Wimmer from VfB Stuttgart agreed after the 3: 1 (2: 1) of the Rhinelanders.

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Once again, the use of the video referee in the Bundesliga caused a stir. And once again trainers were annoyed that he had even turned on. Surprisingly, Daniel Farke from Borussia Mönchengladbach and Michael Wimmer from VfB Stuttgart agreed after the 3: 1 (2: 1) of the Rhinelanders.

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“How can you give that yellow?”

The trigger was a punch from Gladbach’s Ramy Bensebaini in the face of Stuttgart’s Waldemar Anton after about 15 minutes. “There are no two opinions. That was a clear red card,” Anton complained after the game. Referee Matthias Jöllenbeck saw things differently and showed Bensebaini a yellow card for alleged unsportsmanlike conduct. “How can you give it a yellow card?” Anton asked angrily. Wimmer also found that “Gladbach could not have complained about a red card”.

In fact, video referee Tobias Welz intervened and quoted Jöllenbeck in front of the monitor. But the referee in Freiburg stuck to his opinion. The fact that the game was interrupted for several minutes then upset both coaches. “I’ve always learned that the VAR should intervene when it’s a clear mistake. If the referee still sticks to his opinion, then that speaks for itself,” said Farke and Wimmer also agreed: “If the VAR intervenes, there must be a clear wrong decision. That was obviously not the case.”

Source: Stern

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