Hertha coach Dardai reproach arbitrator the “Bayern-bonus” after late still in strong position
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Pal Dardai, the trainer of Hertha BSC, has no good word to say about the way in which the late still in strong position of Bayern Munich (1-1) on Saturday.
A long time seemed to be the formation of Dardai, thanks to a hit of Vedad Ibisevic on the profit to be heading, but in the sixth minute of the extra time gave Robert Lewandowski, Bayern have a point.
Referee Patrick Ittrich had longer to play than the five minutes of injury time. “The referee pulled a lot of time. According to me, this is Bayern-bonus”, expressed Dardai his frustration after the match.
“I’m Sorry, but anyone would be this offended. After five minutes of extra time the match finished. It is not a cup match, we play 120 minutes.”
The goal from Lewandowski regarded as the last in a Bundesliga match since in 1992 is maintained. The 40-year-old Dardai found that Hertha should have won.
“We earned it. A point against Bayern is usually good, but here I am not happy with it. I am very proud of the players and the supporters.”
The Bundesliga-matches of Saturday in image
Arjen Robben played the entire competition on behalf of Bayern against Hertha BSC.
The home team was ahead thanks to Vedad Ibisevic.
Robert Lewandowski made in extremis equal.
National coach Joachim Löw was also present in Berlin.
In the final stage of the contest were the tempers.
Jeffrey Bruma made the unfortunate an own goal in the Dortmund-Wolfsburg.
The match in the Signal Iduna Park, where the ‘Gelbe Wand’ by a punishment empty, continued, and ended in 3-0.
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Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer was the right that his team is still at the same height came in the Olympiastadion. He had been annoyed by the behaviour of the players of Hertha.
“They were constantly cramping on the ground, while we are the team that in the last weeks of a busy programme had and midweeks are still in the Champions League played. But we just continued.”
Attacker Thomas Müller also had little praise for the opponent from Berlin, germany. “They have so much taken out that we don’t have much sympathy for them.”
By the loss of points from Bayern in Berlin, RB Leipzig, the number two of the Bundesliga, the gap with the rider in the lead shrink to five points. The club is going Sunday on a visit to Borussia Mönchengladbach.
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