Lawyer: ‘Referee was drama, but we were also bad in the...

Lawyer: ‘Referee was drama, but we were also bad in the...
Lawyer: ‘Referee was drama, but we were also bad in the...

Afterwards, Feyenoord had enough to criticize the referee, who awarded three penalties to Wolfsberger AC, two of which were dubious, but also put a hand in his own bosom after the ignominious 1-4 defeat in the Europa League.

“That man was a drama,” said trainer Dick Advocaat of arbitrator Srdjan Jovanovic. “But we were also bad in the first half. If you start a match so poorly and you get these kinds of penalties, it doesn’t help to get into your game.”

Feyenoord conceded the first penalty after Eric Botteghin had walked Christopher Wernitznig’s feet, but the same player was caught on a schwalbe in the second penalty. He pretended to be crocheted by Bart Nieuwkoop.

‘Feeling of being screwed’

“No, I didn’t touch him”, Nieuwkoop said afterwards. “The ball passed in front of us and the action was actually already over, but it fell in front of me. They were dubious, we had the feeling of being screwed.”

Nevertheless, the right wing defender also blames the hard defeat not only on the easily given penalties. “We were too weak in the duels, that is where it starts. And the chances in the second half just have to be there.”

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