Bayer professionals criticize their own fans after pyro campaign in Berlin

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The midfielder had tried in the second half to influence the supporters, who had repeatedly ignited pyrotechnics and thus caused game interruptions – without success. “To be honest: there is relatively little power there. I felt like I was standing in front of a screen,” said Bender, at the moment the fans “had little interest in what I said”.
Even striker Kevin Volland showed no understanding of the supporters’ action, which resulted in a seven-minute stoppage time. “If it does happen – okay. But if the captain goes there and says: ‘It harms everyone, including our game flow’, and they keep going on and on and on – that’s rubbish, of course.” & Nbsp;
Bayer coach Peter Bosz called the incident “shit”, something like that “is never good, not for Union and not for us.” Leverkusen sporting director Simon Rolfes praised Meanwhile, the prudent action by referee Harm Osmers, who had ordered the teams once the sidelines. “The referee was very relaxed,” said Rolfes. & Nbsp;
Leverkusen is likely to face a hefty fine. Union could also be prosecuted for the possibly inadequate security measures.

“data-reactid =” 22 “> Because of the multiple interruption of the Bundesliga game between Union Berlin and Bayer Leverkusen (2: 3), the Bayer pros criticized their own fans.” That is a little disappointing for me too, I have to be honest say. I don’t know why the whole thing has taken on such proportions. But that doesn’t matter either. It’s just a shame that something like this happens, “said captain Lars Bender.
The midfielder had tried in the second half to influence the supporters, who had repeatedly ignited pyrotechnics and thus caused game interruptions – without success. “To be honest: there is relatively little power there. I felt like I was standing in front of a screen,” said Bender, at the moment the fans “had little interest in what I said”.
Even striker Kevin Volland showed no understanding of the supporters’ action, which resulted in a seven-minute stoppage time. “If it happens – okay. But if the captain goes there and says: ‘It harms everyone, including our game flow’, and they keep going on and on and on – that’s rubbish, of course.”
Bayer coach Peter Bosz called the incident “shit”, something like that “is never good, not for Union and not for us.” Leverkusen’s sports director Simon Rolfes meanwhile praised the prudent behavior of referee Harm Osmers, who had once ordered the teams to the sidelines. “The referee was very relaxed,” said Rolfes.
Leverkusen is likely to face a hefty fine. Union could also be prosecuted for the possibly inadequate security measures.

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