German F.A is currently investigating his comment.
Referee Felix Zwayer was in charge of the biggest tie in Germany over the weekend. And it seems his officiating didn’t go along with Jude Bellingham who has condemned the German Referee.
And after the game, Bellingham told ViaPlay: “You give a referee, that has match fixed before, the biggest game in Germany, what do you expect?
“For me, it wasn’t [a penalty]. He [Hummels] is not even looking at the ball and he’s fighting to get it and it hits him.
“You can look at a lot of the decisions in the game.”
Dortmund boss Marco Rose was also sent to the stands after criticising the Bayern penalty award, which came following a VAR review in the 77th minute.
England international Bellingham was referring to Zwayer’s six-month ban by the German FA in 2005 following a match-fixing scandal.
Defending his decisions, Zwayer told Sky Germany: “The situation was a standard corner kick.
“I see in the game that it’s about touch by Hummels. The question for me was: Is the arm stretched away from the body or not? In real-time, it was not clear whether his arm was moved towards the ball.
The 18 years old who joined Borrusia Dortmund from Manchester City in 2020 and has made 42 Bundesliga appearances could get himself into fine or suspension if found guilty of comment on the referee.
Jude has been fantastic for the German side since joining. He has earned an English call by Garry Southgate and as well as runner up to Pedri in the Golden boy award this year.