A rather rare use of video evidence in this form has heated up the minds of the new secondary division rear light SV Wehen Wiesbaden.
"I apologize to all the spectators for a football match, which was no longer from the 30th minute," said labor coach Rüdiger Rehm after the 0-1 (0-1) at Dynamo Dresden on Friday night. "What happened there, in my view, has nothing to do with football anymore."
Wiesbaden was allegedly led by Manuel Schäffler (26) – but because the ball in a Dynamo attack was previously on the other side of the place in the goal, referee Martin Petersen (Stuttgart) gave to video evidence the goal and not decided on kicking for Wiesbaden.
"A football game is destroyed completely unnecessary," said Rehm. "We love this sport, but when I see such decisions, we have really good referees, but they are ruined by the fact that they keep intervening and seeing something from somewhere that has not seen 25,000 in the stadium, which is very bitter disappointing. "