FC Augsburg criticized the penalty whistle against VfB Stuttgart


Updated January 10, 2021, 6:59 p.m.

Augsburg (AP) – FC Augsburg criticized the penalty decision in the home defeat against VfB Stuttgart (1: 4).

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“The sticking point was clearly the penalty,” said manager Stefan Reuter, criticizing the whistle on Sunday, which had led to the 1-0 for VfB in the tenth minute through Nicolas Gonzalez. “From my point of view it was definitely not a penalty.”

Reece Oxford stood on Mateo Klimowicz’s foot in the penalty area, while referee Daniel Schlager resolutely decided on a penalty. “From my point of view, it wasn’t a penalty,” said Augsburg coach Heiko Herrlich, criticizing the whistle, which he thought was a decisive factor in the game. FCA professional Daniel Caligiuri also decided after viewing the TV pictures and spoke of a “wrong decision”.
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