Does the change of change the FC Bayern costs three points?

Bayern Munich plays at 4: 1 at the SC Freiburg 16 seconds with twelve players. Are the points away now? The situation is diffuse.

Concern before fatal consequences? Not really. Fear of a point deduction? Not at all. Julian Nagelsmann sprayed at least externally surprisingly good mood after the embarrassing breakdown of his Bayern.

“There is certainly a demand, so I’ll take it away. Except you do not want to know anything about it,” said the 34-year-old at the beginning of the press conference with a mischievous grin. But of course they wanted everyone.

Finally, the three points of the leader after the 4: 1 (0: 0) at the SC Freiburg may possibly be at the silk thread. The situation is diffuse, it threatens to investigate the DFB control committee – but only under a condition: “The control committee is not involved, as long as Freiburg does not appeal,” said the chairman Anton toreiner on “SID” request.

48 hours the SC has time – and slips into a moral dilemma until the time limit on Monday afternoon.

“Situation for the history books”

Purely legally, an objection would be legitimate, regardless of the success prospects. And yet the danger would be as a bad loser as the 16-second override of the Munich did not affect the game exit.

He finds this procedure “absurd,” said SC coach Christian Streich already on Saturday evening in the current DFBs studio of “ZDF”: “There is no rules for everything, there is no objection to the corner or free kick.”

DFBing Board Jochen Saier had declared “Sky” that the Freiburg first “recess” and then “think about the further approach. Nagelsmann spoke of “a situation for the history books”. In the 86th minute, the Munich had played for 16 seconds with twelve men after Kingsley Coman had not left the place in a double change in time.

He see nothing “playing,” said Nagelsmann, “There was no mistakes. From the point of view of both teams and fair DFB, nothing was there what speaks against a fair game.” But that’s how clear is the situation. It remains the question of whether the Fauxpas is more likely to be the referee team around Christian Dingert or the record champion.

Discussions run hot

For DFB referee’s teacher Lutz Wagner and the official referee observer Knut Kircher is clear. “Normally he or someone from his team would have to make sure that the number of players have been right before the game progressing. He did not do that and so it’s a mistake of the referee,” Wagner said in an interview with “Spox” and “Goal”. Kircher stressed opposite the SWR: “FC Bayern is not responsible for the replacement operations. This is a replacement process that the referee team has to monitor.”

It is unclear whether the Marcel Sabitzer substitute for Coman applies as non-playful or applicant players. Because then paragraph 17 (4) of the Legal and Procedure Order of the German-Football Confederation (DFB) would have to resort, after which the game actually would have to be considered 2-0 for Freiburg. The Felix Zwayer used as a video assistant is expecting a different valuation basis.

“This is regulated in the football rules and not in the statutes or otherwise regulated as it is about,” said the 40-year-old in “ZDF”. Referee boss Lutz Michael Frölich sees in it “a DFBy juristic question. Everyone should take care of his resort,” said the 64-year-old at “DFB1”: “In how far this DFBs juristic formalism is strained to go into a protest – there are the Lawyers at the work, not the referee. “

It was “a wrong number”, “That’s why the player Coman did not felt,” Dingert said, “That’s why twelve players were briefly on the field, which of course may not be.” He had the incident “noted in the match report”, now “the DFB decide”. But only if the Freiburg appeal. Otherwise the curious fauxpas remains probably without any consequencesBayern Munich plays at 4: 1 at the SC Freiburg 16 seconds with twelve players. Are the points away now? The situation is diffuse.

Concern before fatal consequences? Not really. Fear of a point deduction? Not at all. Julian Nagelsmann sprayed at least externally surprisingly good mood after the embarrassing breakdown of his Bayern.

“There is certainly a demand, so I’ll take it away. Except you do not want to know anything about it,” said the 34-year-old at the beginning of the press conference with a mischievous grin. But of course they wanted everyone.

Finally, the three points of the leader after the 4: 1 (0: 0) at the SC Freiburg may possibly be at the silk thread. The situation is diffuse, it threatens to investigate the DFB control committee – but only under a condition: “The control committee is not involved, as long as Freiburg does not appeal,” said the chairman Anton toreiner on “SID” request.

48 hours the SC has time – and slips into a moral dilemma until the time limit on Monday afternoon.

“Situation for the history books”

Purely legally, an objection would be legitimate, regardless of the success prospects. And yet the danger would be as a bad loser as the 16-second override of the Munich did not affect the game exit.

He finds this procedure “absurd,” said SC coach Christian Streich already on Saturday evening in the current DFBs studio of “ZDF”: “There is no rules for everything, there is no objection to the corner or free kick.”

DFBing Board Jochen Saier had declared “Sky” that the Freiburg first “recess” and then “think about the further approach. Nagelsmann spoke of “a situation for the history books”. In the 86th minute, the Munich had played for 16 seconds with twelve men after Kingsley Coman had not left the place in a double change in time.

He see nothing “playing,” said Nagelsmann, “There was no mistakes. From the point of view of both teams and fair DFB, nothing was there what speaks against a fair game.” But that’s how clear is the situation. It remains the question of whether the Fauxpas is more likely to be the referee team around Christian Dingert or the record champion.

Discussions run hot

For DFB referee’s teacher Lutz Wagner and the official referee observer Knut Kircher is clear. “Normally he or someone from his team would have to make sure that the number of players have been right before the game progressing. He did not do that and so it’s a mistake of the referee,” Wagner said in an interview with “Spox” and “Goal”. Kircher stressed opposite the SWR: “FC Bayern is not responsible for the replacement operations. This is a replacement process that the referee team has to monitor.”

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It is unclear whether the Marcel Sabitzer substitute for Coman applies as non-playful or applicant players. Because then paragraph 17 (4) of the Legal and Procedure Order of the German-Football Confederation (DFB) would have to resort, after which the game actually would have to be considered 2-0 for Freiburg. The Felix Zwayer used as a video assistant is expecting a different valuation basis.

“This is regulated in the football rules and not in the statutes or otherwise regulated as it is about,” said the 40-year-old in “ZDF”. Referee boss Lutz Michael Frölich sees in it “a DFBy juristic question. Everyone should take care of his resort,” said the 64-year-old at “DFB1”: “In how far this DFBs juristic formalism is strained to go into a protest – there are the Lawyers at the work, not the referee. “

It was “a wrong number”, “That’s why the player Coman did not felt,” Dingert said, “That’s why twelve players were briefly on the field, which of course may not be.” He had the incident “noted in the match report”, now “the DFB decide”. But only if the Freiburg appeal. Otherwise the curious fauxpas remains probably without any consequences.

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