The fans of both teams will remember this game for a long time: In a dramatic top duel on Saturday evening, Borussia Dortmund was able to beat Eintracht Frankfurt 2-1 away. A surprising result, which in the eyes of many observers also has something to do with the referee's performance. Goals:0:1 - Julian Brandt, 21st minute1:1 - Daichi Kamada, 26th minute1:2 - Jude Bellingham, 52nd minute
Right from the start, Frankfurt appeared as a much more dominant team and, despite numerous chances to score and a statistical advantage in all relevant areas, they were only able to score one goal.
For BVB fans, however, none of this played a role at all, only the points counted...
In the 42nd minute of the game, it was clearly visible how Dortmund's Karim Adeyemi knocked down Frankfurt's Jesper Lindström in the penalty area with a shove. However, there was no penalty whistle or intervention by the VAR team.
What might give SGE fans some consolation in light of the disappointing defeat is the fact that coach Oliver Glasner's team is now one of the best teams in German football and can compete on an equal footing with clubs like Borussia Dortmund. But sometimes luck has to play a bigger role.
This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as BVB fans celebrate "dirty" away win - Eintracht supporters shocked by referee performance.