MAINZ – “Madness, of course. We went with a 0-0 the dressing room, but had to suddenly be in the field again,” said an incensed defender Manuel Gulde of Freiburg.
Disappointment at SC Freiburg coach Christian Streich and his players after the match
The players were halfway through the second time against 1. FSV Mainz 05 is already almost all back in the dressing room when referee Guido Winkmann them back called. His colleague behind the tv screens had Winkelmann been told that Mainz a penalty kick earned.
Winkmann had a handsbal overlooked, so he had to play and whistled for the rustsignaal when the ball is then outside the lines disappeared. While the players from the field were, had the referee in his ear the advice to have a look at the images to look. “I saw that the player from Freiburg, with his arm reached out and the ball was a clear penalty,” said Winkmann.
Gulde: “Which penalty has Mainz in the card played. Video evidence, you can try it out on the last day, as the nowhere more to go. Not in such an important match. Incredible that they have decided.”
,,Such a thing has not happened before and I understand that Freiburg is not happy,” said Winkmann. ,,But in this modern time we now have once the videoscheidsrechter and that makes for righteousness.”
,,I was in the dressing room and had even movies chosen to be up to the players to show”, said coach Sandro Schwarz of Mainz. ,,Suddenly came to the team doctor, who called out: a trainer, we have a penalty kick!” Pablo De Blasis remained cool and shot touch from eleven metres. In the second half, The Blasis for the 2-0, making Mainz the sixteenth place re-did at Freiburg.