The performance of the German referee Daniel Siebert in the game that he Atlético de Madrid disputed before Liverpool on Champions League, conditioned the great football game that was being seen in the Wanda Metropolitano. The team of Simeone, by opportunities, he was closer than his rival to get ahead on the scoreboard.

However, the arbitration decisions turned the situation around. Just as you described Rodrigo De PaulAs a mattress player, at the end of the clash, “an expulsion and two penalties decide the game.”

It may be that the referee could use the regulation to justify the red to Antoine Griezmann, there is little doubt that the push from Handsome It was a full-fledged penalty, but seeing the sensitivity to interpret the regulations, many missed the fact that the penalty called in favor of the Athletic, the German did not remain so faithful to the interpretive line that he had taken.


Dietmar Hamann, European champion with Liverpool in 2005

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That there was something strange in the refereeing performance is something that many saw. Not just fans of Athletic. For example, even a legend from Liverpool himself, whose opinions have led to a small shower of criticism. Dietmar Hamann, Former English boxer is now a commentator for the Irish network RTE.


The German had the audacity to have his own opinion and question the decisions of his compatriot, the referee Daniel Siebert, at the match. “The decisions were against the Athletic. All three decisions were in favor of the Liverpool. It is a very fortunate victory, ”said the German. “The penalty, which for me was a penalty, the kick to the head and the penalty, which was not a penalty, somehow went in favor of the Liverpool. It’s my way of seeing it, ”explained the former player.

Some impressions that cost him that, through social networks, many fans of the Liverpool charged him for his words.

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Antoine Griezmann, Atlético de Madrid footballer, is sent off with a red card by referee Daniel Siebert, in the Champions League match against Liverpool, played at the Wanda Metropolitano.

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