Japan midfielder Yuki Kobayashi has actually asked forgiveness to Qatar authorities for a “misunderstanding”, after he implicated an umpire of endangering to eliminate him.
Kobayashi, that bets Qatar Stars League side Al-Khor, claimed after his group’s 3-1 loss to Al-Gharafa on Monday that the umpire had actually informed him “I’m gonna kill you” when he appealed for an edge late in the video game.
But the gamer withdrawed the allegation on Thursday, stating he had actually consulted with authorities as well as recognized the umpire as a matter of fact claimed “I tell you”.
“I listen to the discussion between me and him, there is misunderstanding about his word i kill you like I hear but the sound is i tell you,” he tweeted.
Kobayashi, that has 8 caps for Japan, had actually declared in a now-deleted tweet that the umpire had actually swung away his grievances that the round had actually touched a resistance gamer last, stating a “small touch is no touch. This is new rule”.
The midfielder claimed the umpire after that poked fun at him, prior to stating “ok you’re my opponent, I’m gonna kill you”.
Japan celebrity Keisuke Honda had actually used his previous worldwide colleague assistance on Twitter, responding with: “Yuki, I’m proud of you to said it bravely. It’s unbelievable what the referee said to you.”
But on Thursday Kobayashi asked forgiveness to the umpire “for all the tweets and the situation”.
– Japan Today