On September 26, in the Manchester United away game against Brighton, the referee on duty awarded Manchester United a penalty after blowing the final whistle, which caused huge controversy. Does this operation comply with the rules? In fact, there was already a precedent in a Bundesliga match long ago.
At the last moment of the game, the referee on duty first blew the final whistle, then the penalty kick was changed by VAR, the game was reopened, and then B Fee scored Manchester United's winning goal, which also caused great controversy after the game.
在比赛的最后时刻，值班裁判首先吹响了终场哨，然后VAR罚点球被改变，比赛重新开始，然后B Fee攻入了曼联的获胜进球，赛后也引起了极大的争议。 。
However, we can find such a precedent in the Bundesliga two years ago. In April 2018, Mainz and Freiburg met in a crucial battle involving relegation. At the end of the first half, Mainz instigated the offensive. Brosinski made a pass in the penalty area and hit the left hand of the Freiburg player, but the referee Guido Winkman did not award a penalty kick and blew it afterwards. After the whistle, the players of the two teams returned to the locker room to rest.
However, after that, the referee awarded Mainz a penalty at the prompt of VAR.
Then the players of the two teams returned to the court.
But the penalty cannot be changed, and De Blaxis tricked Schwolov into making the ball. Then the referee again signaled the game to enter the intermission, and the players of the two teams returned to the locker room. In the final match, Mainz defeated Freiburg 2-0.
According to the relevant rules of the International Football Federation Board (IFAB), if the referee on duty blows the half-time or full-time final whistle, VAR prompts that there has been an obvious missed judgment/wrong judgment.
If this happens, the assistant referee should prompt the head referee as soon as possible and ask him to call back the players who are going to leave the field, and then follow the proper procedures of VAR.
In addition, according to IFAB regulations,