Aaron hunt asks to the referee that do not signal penalti to his favour

Aaron Hunt asks to the referee that do not signal penalti

Aaron Hunt asks to the referee that do not signal penalti

Published:10/03/2014 - 12:03h

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Aaron Hunt has given a lesson of clean game and sincerity in the Bundesliga. The player of the Werder Bremen asked to the referee that will not signal a penalti favourable to his team

Minute 74 of the party between the Nuremberg and the Werder Bremen. The visitor Aaron Hunt goes in inside the area with the balloon in the feet and falls after bumping with a defender. When the referee Manuel Gräfe indicates the penalty spot, happens what anybody expects . Hunt Raises of the floor and says him that it has not been at all, that there has not been lacking in his fall. Gräfe Changes his decision and the local players thank Hunt. In those moments, however, the Werder Bremen already won 0 to 2. Perhaps the German footballer would not have done the same with a more adjusted marker.

This was not the only gesture of sportsmanship of the clash. In the first minutes, went the local player Hiroshi Kiyotake the one who helped to the referee when it doubted of if whistle corner or kickoff of door. The Japanese footballer, against of his interests, recognised that the last in touching the balloon had been he.

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