David Abraham had lost his temper in the meeting while attacking local referee Chrsitian Streich.
The Frankfurt player was going to get the ball to the side, until it was seen that the opponent’s strategist was saying some words.
Abraham had failed to maintain his composure and had stretched Streich to the ground.
The whole situation had to be looked at in the VAR and the German referee Brych punished the red card in the 90 + 6 minute.
Freiburg won the game with a minimal 1-0 win over Eintracht, while Abraham faces a penalty with at least three non-games.
What was he thinking 😵
David Abraham deliberately runs into Freiburg head coach Christian Streich. pic.twitter.com/gcibpwVCWh
— Goal (@goal) November 10, 2019
Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t seem happy with the substitution made by Maurizzio Sarri in the match against Milan.
The coach removed the Portuguese superstar from the game in the 55th minute, which had not happened before in Serie A (but was also replaced in the Champions League), and his reaction was clearly captured by the cameras.
The 34-year-old was reportedly frustrated and headed for the tunnel without stopping at his teammates in the reserve.
Sky Sport Italia reports that the Portuguese left the stadium even before the match ended, just three minutes before the referee’s final whistle.
He was able to see at least the goal of victory, which was scored by the man who replaced it – Paulo Dybala.