Dortmund managed to neutralize Kevin De Bruyne's goal with a goal from Marco Reus, but Phil Foden beat Dortmund in the final minutes.
Dortmund star Jude Bellingham, after his goal canceled againstManchester City
, claimed that he had taken possession of the ball fairly and was a little frustrated by the referee's decision.
Last night, Manchester City hosted Dortmund at the Etihad Stadium and managed to win with two goals by Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden against a single goal by Marco Reus. After Kevin De Bruyne's goal in the first half, Bellingham managed to equlise the first goal, but the referee ruled it out due to a foul he had made. Now the English star is upset about the situation.
"I definitely think I won the ball fairly,"
the teenager told BT Sport at full-time.
"It's a bit frustrating in a time when they've got so many cameras watching the game they don't wait for me to put the ball in the net and then check it.
"It's football, it's life, [and you've] just got to get on with it. All I've been told is I've been booked and it's a free kick for them.
"I think they should have checked it. Apparently I've got my studs up, caught the goalkeeper and it's a foul."