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Helsingborg midfielder Mohammed Abubakari laments over refereeing in defeat against Mjallby

Published on: 05 July 2020

Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Abubakari has been fuming over refereeing following Helsingborg IF's defeat to Mjallby in the Swedish Allsvenskan. 

The 34-year old who was returning from a long injury lay-off expressed disappointment at officiating as his side lost at home to Mjallby.

"They are good judges and good people, but sometimes it is like we are evil just because things are bad for us and they have to judge us," said Abubakari after the game.

"Sometimes when you lose they are really against one. I think there is a hand in their area of ​​punishment and that we should be punished. And there are a few more free kicks we should get," he added. 

"The law must be treated equally, 50-50, and not 60-40, as it sometimes is. It should not matter what teams play." 

Mamadou Moro scored the only goal as the visitors snatched an important away victory.

Mohammed Abubakari lasted 85 minutes of that game and was replaced by Filip Sjoberg.


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