he match between Man City and Leipzig is hot with a handball debate.
Man City drew 1-1 in the first leg of the round of 16 of the 2022-2023 European Champions League (UCL) held at the Red Bull Arena in Leipzig, Germany on the 23rd (Korean time). In the 27th minute of the first half, Riyad Mahrez took the lead, but in the 25th minute of the second half, Yoshko Gbardiol allowed a painful equalizer.
But a deep regret remains.메이저놀이터 I was able to seize a decisive opportunity in the second half of the extra time right before the end of the game. On a corner kick opportunity, Rodri’s header bounced off Benjamin Henrich’s arm. It seemed that he raised his hand intentionally.
Man City players raised both hands to say it was a penalty kick. However, the referee did not react and immediately declared the game over.
“It’s handball,” said BT Sports commentator Rio Ferdinand. Former English Premier League referee Mark Halsey also analyzed, “A penalty kick should have been declared against Man City. I felt it was Henrich’s intentional handball. But the referee turned away and VAR (video review) did not intervene.”
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola expressed regret: “I can’t say because I didn’t see it, but I know what happened in this situation.”
Manchester City fans were also outraged. Via social media, ‘this match was rigged’, ‘one of the worst things I’ve ever seen’, ‘Man City were robbed of the match’ and were outraged.