Komlichenko – about the attitude of the judges to his falls: “There is no overall bias, but errors escape”

Striker “Rostov” Nikolai Komlichenko told he did not feel any overall bias from the referees, despite frequent falls in the penalty area.

This season, Komlichenko got six penalties in the MIR RPL.

– Have you worked on behavior in the penalty area as well? Six penalties earned in one season is certainly no accident.

– No, but how to work on it? I am perplexed when I hear such conversations. Of course, I try to analyze and predict the actions of defenders. When you are half a body ahead of your opponent, being first on the ball, there is a chance they can stick you – then there will be a penalty.

– Have you noticed that the judges have started to treat you more harshly because of the statistics?

– There’s a bit of that. They started not whistling in some obvious moments, a little changed. Some say: you’re great, how they dropped you here. There are different attitudes: someone lets play, someone whistles every foul. I can’t say there’s any sort of overall bias, but it does slide from game to game. Again, we are all human, we all make mistakes,” Komlichenko said in an interview with .

On February 22, Rostov played a 1:1 draw with Urals in the first quarter-final match of FONBET RPL Path of the Russian Cup. The second leg will take place on February 27 in Yekaterinburg and will start at 5:00 p.m. Moscow time. Watch the live broadcast of the match on the and MATCH PREMIER channels, as well as on the matchtv.ru and sportbox.ru websites.

Source : MatchTV

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