Jude Bellingham spoke with a quiet voice, but what the 18-year-old connoisseur at the Norwegian TV channel Via play said it had in itself.
In the interview with the ex-Bundesliga striker Jan Age Forgot, the Dortmund midfielder after the top game against FC Bayern was addressed to the contentious penalty situation, which also provided with his colleagues and coach Marco Rose for plenty of frustration.
Nobody approached referee Felix Player as violently as Bellingham. You give a referee who has ever shifted a game, the biggest game in Germany. What should you expect? Said the national player.
Thus, Bellingham played on the 2004 Holder scandal, in which the name Player had surfaced. After investigations against the 40-year-old had initially been discontinued, the Time was revealed in 2014 that Player had actually been suspended by the DFB Sports Court in 2006 for six months, among other things, because he initially not reported the Oven game manipulation and to have accepted money from Holder.
Haaland: He was arrogant, I will not say more
Well possible that the DFB is now active against Bellingham, which referred his criticism of Player to many situations in this game, not only on the decisive penalty to the Munich 3: 2 victory.
Even Erlang Haaland spoke to Via play from a scandal when he was approached on Player: He was arrogant, I will not say more.
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