Kevin De Bruyne FUMING with referee after being tripped by official before RB Leipzig go up other end and score


KEVIN DE BRUYNE fumed on the referee after being TRIPPED by the official contained in the build-up to RB Leipzig’s second objective this evening time.

The Belgian was jogging as soon as extra throughout the path of his personal half, when he inadvertently collided with ref Serdar Gozubuyuk.

The referee and Kevin De Bruyne had an inadvertent coming collectivelyCredit: BT Sport
The Belgian was left sprawled on the turf
The Belgian was left sprawled on the turfCredit: BT Sport
De Bruyne berated the official after the goal
De Bruyne berated the official after the goalCredit: BT Sport

Play wasn’t halted, with RB Leipzig shortly counter-attacking down the sector.

And when Christopher Nkunku subsequently nodded the ball earlier Ederson, the 30-year-old was visibly livid.

De Bruyne berated Gozubuyuk after the goal.

But there was nothing the official might do nonetheless award the difficulty, which launched the German aspect as soon as extra into the sport at 3-2.

The match had already seen its trustworthy proportion of chaos, with City’s second objective furthermore possessing a farcical half.

Danger hadn’t appeared imminent, when De Bruyne whipped in a cross from the precise contained in the twenty eighth minute.


But defender Nordi Mukiele endured a second he’d fairly overlook, nodding earlier his personal helpless goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi and into the as soon as extra of the net.

De Bruyne needn’t have nervous after his referee run-in, nonetheless, with City not taking extended to revive their two objective lead after Leipzig’s controversial second.

Jack Grealish curled earlier Gulacsi merely 5 minutes later, and irrespective of Nkunku ending his hat-trick, City romped to a 6-3 victory.

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Nordi Mukiele lays on the turf after his horror own goal
Nordi Mukiele lays on the turf after his horror personal objectiveCredit: Reuters

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