Marco Rose had calmed down after his team’s outstanding five-goal comeback – a little anger at the video evidence got stuck in the RB Leipzig coach despite the 5-1 (0-1) home win against VfB Stuttgart. “It’s my old song,” Rose said of a scene just before half-time that upset his temper and earned him a yellow card after a burst of anger towards the referee team.
Rose’s joy was dampened somewhat
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“I didn’t yell at him (referee Frank Willenborg, d. Red),” said Rose at DAZN, his frustration was directed at the video cellar in Cologne: “If I’m looking for a foul for five minutes so as not to have to give the penalty, then I either say foul beforehand and let play continue immediately, or let him judge it himself – but that doesn’t work that way,” said Rose. The Leipzigers were denied a penalty shortly before the break after a foul on Willi Orban because striker Yussuf Poulsen had committed a foul in advance. The video check that followed took an extremely long time.
Rose later apologized for his outburst: “But I was completely over it, I’m sorry.”
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