Raheem Sterling, Manchester City midfielder, apologized to Viktor Kassai for the penalty shootout that he unintentionally "beaten" in the Champions League semi-final on Wednesday (6-0).
|Andrii Pyatov, goalkeeper Sahtar, does not believe Viktor Kassai has introduced him (Photo: AFP)|
As we reported on his lead with 1-0, Raheem Sterling fell sharply as he hit the ground at the corner of the Ukrainian goal, but the Hungarian referee refused. Gabriel Jesus ran on to that through 2-0,
"I wanted to add the ball, but I have no idea what happened, I did not feel it would have me. I hit the ball instead of the ball. I apologize for the dispute." – he remembered what happened to Sterling in BT Sport.
Steve McManaman, former BL winner, is a British national footballer who works for BT Sport "Cabaret friendli bug" and the BBC "The penalty of Raheem Sterling: the worst punishment of all time?" called case.
GROUP SHEET, ROUND 4
Manchester City (England) -Sahtar Donetsk (Ukrainian) 6-0 (2-0)
manchester, Citi of Manchester Stadium, 52 286 review. ice: Kassai (Hungarian)
the goal: David Silva (13th), Gabriel Jesus (24th, 72nd, 92nd – first two out of 11), Sterling (49th), Mahrez (84th)
Lyon (French) – Hoffenheim (German) 2-2 (2-0)
lion, Ol stadium, 53 850 review. ice: Makkelie (Dutch)
the goal: Fekir (20.), Ndombele (28.) Kramarić (65.), Kaderabek (92.)
Red card: Kasim (51, Hoffenheim)
|1. Manchester City||4||3||–||1||12- 3||+9||9|
|2. Lyon||4||1||3||–||9-8||+ 1||6|
|4. Sahtar Donetsk||4||–||2||2||4-13||-9||2|