Jude Bellingham shocked referee Felix Squire’s 3-2 defeat to Bayern Munich in Borussia Dortmund.
Dortmund were disappointed when Swire voluntarily turned down their calls for a penalty, and Mats Hummels handed Bayern one for handball.
Robert Lewandowski scored his winning goal against his former club in front of a small crowd at Signal Iduna Park.
This is Bellingham By play After the match: “You give to a referee who organized the biggest match in Germany before, what do you expect?”
“It simply came to our notice then [a penalty]. The [Hummels] Do not even look at the ball, he is fighting to get it, he kicks it.
“You can see a lot of decisions in the game.”
Zwayer, who was suspended from the German federation in 2005 for six months over a match – fixing scandal, has been widely criticized by the hosts, but may still face charges for his comments, according to Bellingham-Match.
Dortmund boss Marco Rose was sent off in the 77th minute for criticizing Bayern’s penalty following a VAR review.
Swire said, defending his decisions Sky Germany: “The situation was a typical corner kick.
“I see it as a touch of hummus in the game. The question for me was: did the hand extend from the body or not? In real time, it is not clear whether his hand is moving towards the ball.
“I checked it out [VAR officials] In Cologne, the location of the weapons was checked.
“The video assistant made an assessment of himself and said that Hummels had pulled his hand out of his body in an unusual position.
“In the end, he cleared the ball with his elbow and I decided it was a penalty. “
Earlier in the second half, Dortmund captain Marco Reus fell into the box following a challenge from Lucas Hernandez, but received no VAR reference this time.
“It was contact with the upper body, which is permissible even at high speeds,” Swire added.
“The situation was not black and white and I decided not to be fined because of my vision. “
Bayern vs Barcelona have no fans in CL
The governor of the German state of Bavaria announced on Friday that supporters of Bayern’s hosts Barcelona in next week’s Champions League will not be allowed in the stadium.
Although the maximum participation limit is 15,000, individual states are allowed to set strict rules if they wish, and Marcus Sder has confirmed that Bavaria will ban fans from playing in sports from Saturday.
Bayern have already qualified for the round of 16, but if they do not win, Barcelona will be eliminated and Benfica will beat Dynamo Kiev.
Sky Sports to broadcast the Bundesliga live
After securing exclusive rights for the next four seasons, Sky Sports became the new home of the Bundesliga in the UK and Ireland.
As the birthplace of leading German football in the UK and the Republic of Ireland, football fans can connect Air Sports To see Erling Holland, Jude Bellingham and Robert Lewandowski, 30-time Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich are looking to defend their opponents to win another title.
Premium matches for each weekend will be broadcast live every Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Sky Sports Football, Along with other competitions broadcast via Sky Sports Linear or digital channels Sky Sports YouTube.
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