The not given in the Bundesliga duel between FC Bayern and Borussia Dortmund was the excitement scene of the 31st matchday. The BVB struggled with referee Daniel Siebert after the game. Club legend Roman Weidenfeller complained about the wrong decision – and has long seen the black and yellow.

In the 59th minute of the top game between FC Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund (1: 3), referee Daniel Siebert focused on. Jude Bellingham passed Benjamin Pavard in the opposing penalty area, who clearly touched the BVB professional. The Englishman went down, the pipe remained silent.

With a penalty, Borussia would have had the chance of the 2-2 in the meantime. Consequently, the Dortmund responsible were applied after the encounter.

BVB legend Roman Weidenfeller gave his ex-club law. “It annoys me too,” said the 41-year-old on Sunday at “Sky90” and even went one step further: “In the past ten years, when it has been exciting, we were actually always disadvantaged. That started in 2013 in the 2013 Wembley. “

Weidenfeller’s conclusion: “Unfortunately, the referees have always disadvantaged us over the years. You have to clearly capture that.”

Siebert: BVB would have had to get penalty

Referee Siebert has now openly admitted his mistake in the top game between FC Bayern and BVB. “The penalty would have been the right decision,” the referee told the “kicker”.

Siebert explained: “This first attempt fails, Pavard does not play the ball, instead his leg represents an obstacle in Bellingham. In terms of regulations, it is a chance and therefore a foul. It is irrelevant that Pavard touches the ball shortly afterwards. “

Pavard hidden him in this situation, so he decided against a penalty whistle. He could decide as a referee “not to suspect” on penalty.