“Shouldn’t have touched” referee violence Fulham Mitrović regrets. “I want to apologize”
“I regret it.”
Fulham ace striker Aleksandr Mitrović gave his first public interview.
The British popular newspaper The Sun said on the 30th (hereinafter Korean time), ‘Fulham striker Mitrovic, who was sent off for pushing the referee, made his first official statement. He regretted it and said he wanted to apologize to the referee,’ it was reported. 먹튀검증
The incident happened on the 20th. FA Cup quarterfinal match between Fulham and Manchester United.
In the 17th minute of the second half, the VCR judgment occurred. Willian’s handball foul was declared, and the Fulham players protested violently. In particular, Mitrovic pushed referee Chris Cavani and protested vehemently by sticking his head out. Besides, he also used insulting swear words.
He received a red card and was heavily criticized after the match. He was sentenced to a 10-game suspension.
“I regret my actions,” Mitrovic said in an interview with local media. I spoke to referee Chris Cavani to apologize and volunteered to accept the club’s fine.” “I shouldn’t have touched the referee,” he said.