Was this a Penalty?, Stellenbosch Coach left with questions, Check below

Was this a Penalty?, Stellenbosch Coach left with questions, Check below

It was a bit tense moment on the Dstv premiership season match where Kaizer Chiefs football club was playing against Stellenbosch United football club and referee decision has left some football many people wondering whether it was a right call for him to call it a penalty after De Goede tried to defend against Caleb Bimenyimana, Stellenbosch United football club ended up losing the match by 3 goals to 1 and all Kaizer Chiefs football club goals were penalties.

Stellenbosch United football club head coach still has some questions regarding referees decision on their match against Kaizer Chiefs football club, “The other two were penalties? I’m not too sure either and obviously from looking at the rulebook, I don’t know if you can give a penalty and a red card at the same time unless it is a really, really dangerous tackle and you are the last defender”, this is what Stellenbosch United football club head coach had to say regarding the penalties.

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Source : https://www.idiskitimes.co.za/local/dstv-premiership/barker-questions-chiefs-penalties/

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