Matthijs De Ligt, Bayern Munich defender, on his disallowed goal: “It’s a bit shameful”

Matthijs De Ligt, Bayern Munich defender, on his disallowed goal: “It’s a bit shameful”
Matthijs De Ligt, Bayern Munich defender, on his disallowed goal: “It’s a bit shameful”

True to its legend, Real Madrid offered a completely crazy finale by overthrowing Bayern Munich in just three minutes (88th, 90th+1), Wednesday evening, in the semi-finals second leg of the Champions League (2-1; first leg). 2-2). To the point of forgetting the 2-2 goal denied to Matthijs De Ligt in the 90th + 13? Certainly not, for the Bavarians. They accuse the Pole Szymon Marciniak, the main referee of this match, of having whistled the offside position when De Ligt shot, then scored.

Interviewed at the microphone of bein Sports after the final whistle, the Dutch central defender did not hide his frustration: “If I’m offside, I’m offside. No problem. But I don’t know if I am and the rules are clear. We all know them: the referee must let the action complete before blowing the whistle. It is the rule. I find this a bit shameful. Joselu’s goal (the second) was also almost offside and they continue to play, so why not with us? »

“The referee must let the action reach its conclusion before blowing the whistle”

“I find the action at the end incredible, he continued. I don’t understand why he didn’t let the action play out, or why he didn’t go and check the footage, like he did on Real Madrid’s second goal. This is a big, big mistake. He (the referee) apologized. I wouldn’t want to say that Real are always lucky, but it makes the difference today. It’s a shame, because it was our last chance to win a trophy this season. Unfortunately, we won’t win any. We are playing at Bayern Munich and we are very disappointed”

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