Manuscript source: Guangzhou has not won enough
Luneng continued to be the protagonist in the third round of the second stage of the Chinese Super League, and Fellaini's lore in the final stoppage time was convicted of a foul. After the game, many fans also showed similar footage of Fellaini's goals in the World Cup to prove that the Belgian was innocent and Luneng's lore was actually effective.
As a former Premier League star, Fellaini was so unfairly punished in China, naturally it is easy to be noticed by the European media. The media in the UK, France and the Netherlands have all published articles on this matter. Among them, the British media "Sportbible" said: In Fellaini's past career, there have been such classic headers many times, and he is taller. It also jumps very high, so it is easy to compete for a header like this. But for some reason, the referee of the Chinese Super League fouled the ball. What is even more strange is that such a crucial lore penalty, without VAR intervention, is really unfair.
In addition, the Belgian media "walfoot" also stated: It’s incredible that such a classroom-like header was blown off. We watched it many times through videos and pictures, and we couldn’t find why there was a foul. A good shot!
Finally, the Dutch media "voetbalprimeur" also has a similar view: although Fellaini’s goal was blown off by the referee, neither the player nor the fans off the court knew where the foul was, and VAR did not get involved. In the penalty, it is easy to think of other things.
In our country, the People’s Daily of the Central Media also posted a picture on Guan Wei, to grapple with Luneng’s injustice, and the accompanying text wrote: Don’t get used to the darkness, just defend it. This shows that things have risen to another level. In the past three games, Luneng had controversial penalties in each game, which finally led to a change in the outcome of the game. It seems that the rumored collective target by the referee circle is not groundless.