What a game. Osnabrück’s 3: 2 home win against Verlika on Monday evening for enthusiasm – and for discussions. The reason? The finger tie of referee Max Burda on the penalty point in favor of the households. Previously, VfL striker Marc Heider and Version Sechser Vinko Sapina were involved in a 2: 1 for the guests in a tricky duel.
Over detours, the ball landed in the 72nd minute short in front of the five-meter room at Heider, who picked up with right to the shot. Sapina put his foot in between and first met the striker on the left heel. How to seriously the contact was, multiple camera settings did not clarify. It was to be seen but that the Osnabrück striker stepped into the ground after contact and did not hit the ball, but Sapina’s wade.
One can, no needs decision.
“Of course, I’m also a bit in the ground,” said Heider, who later became the matchwinner in the 85th minute with his 3-2 in the 85th minute, after closing whistle at “Magenta sport”. But: “If his leg does not protrude, then I can shoot freely on the goal.” It was ultimately for the 35-year-old “one can, no needs decision”. “In this case, it was happily for us.”
Sapina understandingly – and yet conciliatory
His opponent chose other words. “That’s madness in my eyes. He beats in my foot,” said Sapina, who referred mainly to the second contact, ie Heider’s retrieval movement and following hits on Sapinas Wade. Addressed to the contact on the heel of the Osnabrück attacker, he explained: “I do not know that anymore, but I just feel just as he beats me against the calf.”
Ultimately, the scene is for him but “already eaten. It does not bring anything to discuss anyone after the game and make any allegations.” Time remains little anyway. For Osnabrück, which yielded by the win back to the rise ranks, the pursuit duel at 1860 Munich is on Saturday (14 o’clock). One day later (1 pm), the relegation-threatened VER expects leader Magdeburg.