Deniz Aytekin is now in 3rd category UEFA, but career seems promising.
Hertha Berlin was a big favorite for this match, however, long tired of struggling to keep up in the German second division was Rot-Weiss Oberhausen. It started as expected, because in the eighth minute Lasogga scored a goal for Hertha. A few minutes later, in the 15th minute after a penalty kick, Kaya equalized. In the next stage of the match, play took place in the middle of the pitch, which resulted in a small number of goal situations. However, in the 67th minute, after a bizarre error by Pirson, the Berliners took to the lead 2-1. After three minutes, Kobiashvili used a penalty kick, setting the result of the meeting. The match itself was not very interesting.
32-year-old referee from Germany, who is a new FIFA arbiter this year, has done his job well. Throughout the game he reigned supreme over the emotions of the players, while retaining a professorial calm. Verbal reprimands were a very good method of proceeding in this match, and in addition, the players felt in awe of Mr. Aytekin.
Although the match was not an interesting spectacle, there were many difficult situations for evaluation. The first penalty kick was correct. Lell (Hertha Berlin), attacked with an outstretched hand an Oberhausen player who had just had the intention to give a shot. The foul was unintentional, but it was a foul. Replays showed that the fouled player was not offside. The second penalty was a little more controversial , but the referee did correctly. Lasogga was clearly thrown off course by an outstretched leg from an Oberhausen player, who wanted to hit the ball but missed it. Only one yellow card in the game is the result of consistent work by the referee in this meeting. Excellent job by the assistants, who noticed all the offsides. In three or four cases, the judge made a mistake, but they were just tiny mistakes.