Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has said of his displeasure towards Hannover 96′s Sergio Pinto during his involvement for Jerome Boateng’s red card on Sunday.
Rummenigge suggested Pinto “should go to a church and confess” and that “his antics started the whole circus”.
Jerome Boateng has been suspended for two Bundesliga matches following his red card during Bayern Munich’s 2-1 loss at Hannover.
The loss was Bayern’s first in eight league matches, and the first time they had conceded since the opening game of the season. FCB saw their lead at the top cut to three points in the process.
Boateng saw red for hitting out at Christian Schultz after players from both teams became embroiled in a melee following a challenge from Rafinha on Sergio Pinto.
Boateng was sent off inside half hour for hitting out at Christian Schultz after players from both sides became embroiled in a melee following Rafinha’s tackle on Hannover midfielder Sergio Pinto.
Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeneß said Pinto’s behaviour belonged “to Los Angeles and the Oscar awards.“