Sports Referee Expert: "With a time penalty, everyone served»
Reus: "It still hurt"
For some discussions, the ultimately playing penalty decision at the spectacular 4: 3 of Borussia Dortmund at Bayer Leverkusen. The involved Marco Reus also expressed himself to the scene. © Imago Images was drawn after the penalty situation: Marco Reus.
The former referee peak functionary and World Cup-referee Hellmut Krug has proposed in the debate about the yellow-red card for Dortmund's Mahmoud Dahoud Time for similar cases.
"With a time penalty, everyone was served, so you could narrow the rigorous," said the 65-year-old of the German Press Agency on actions such as complaint and drop. "This gives the referees a tool to the hand, with which you can sanction a player and his team immediately and noticeably, without exercising a potential yellow-red card too much influence," says Krug. "That has proven himself in many sports." The time penalty has already given it a few years ago in amateur football, where they had been rated positively by all references.
Toronto FC coach rues officiating as late penalty consigns TFC to another loss
TORONTO — Short of a plague of locusts, what else can go wrong for Toronto FC this season? The slumping MLS team, reduced to 10 men for almost an hour after defender Kemar Lawrence was sent off, saw an apparent 87th-minute goal waved off before ultimately falling victim to a 95th-minute Christian Makoun penalty as Inter Miami CF registered a 1-0 smash-and-grab victory Tuesday. The result consigned Toronto (3-15-6) to a sixth straight defeat while extending its winless run to nine (0-7-2). Rubbing salt in the wound, Miami's Federico Higuain clearly encroached during Makoun's stutter-step run-up to the penalty spot.
Deniz Aytekin had shown as a referee at the Bundesliga derby between Borussia Mönchengladbach and Borussia Dortmund (1: 0) on Saturday BVB-Profi Mahmoud Dahoud yellow-red, which lattered in the guests later on severe criticism. Dahoud had reacted to Aytekins whistle after a foul match with a derogatory gesture. The referee then put the already warpled midfielder from the square. "We had in the first scene a few minutes before GUERreiro, who wants to awaken. I declared him unequivocally that I do not want this behavior on the court. We deserved a minimum of respect, "said the 43-year-old from Oberasbach the TV channel Sky.
Canada edges Chile 22-21 in first leg of Rugby World Cup qualifying series .
LANGFORD, B.C. — Canada needed a Rob Povey penalty kick in the dying seconds to defeat Chile 22-21 in the first leg of their Rugby World Cup qualifier Saturday night. The game seemed in Chile's hands with the clock winding down. But a penalty conceded in front of the Chilean posts gave the hosts a chance to take the lead. The 21st-ranked Canadian men and No. 28 Chile now make the 10,400-kilometre journey to Valparaiso, Chile, to complete the aggregate points tie on Oct. 9. The series loser is out of World Cup contention. Ross Braude scored two tries and Corey Thomas added a single for Canada, which trailed 9-5 at the half at Starlight Stadium.