Jude Bellingham questioned the decision Kai Havertz to retake an important penalty chelsea‘S Champions League to win Borussia Dortmund.

Graham Potterside He advanced 2-1 on aggregate after a 2-0 second leg win at Stamford Bridge.

Havertz’s penalty after Marius Wolf’s possession was decisive in the elimination of Dortmund in the last 16.

The video assistant referee’s interference, which resulted in Chelsea being awarded a penalty, sparked protests from the visiting players, who were further enraged when Havertz was allowed to hit the post again with his first point kick.

Bellingham believes it was a “joke” decision to decide that Dortmund players entered the penalty area before the kick was taken.

“I’m not sure what more he can do with his hand,” Bellingham said after the initial decision against Wolf. “That in itself was disappointing and the fact that they’re reshooting, I think it’s a joke.

“For every penalty, especially when running at such a slow pace, there will be people within a yard of the penalty area. He made the decision and we have to live with it.”

Right after halftime, after the ball hit Wolf’s hand, referee Danny Makkelle was asked by VAR official Pol Van Boekel to review the footage and then pointed to the penalty spot.

Later, another VAR review found that Dortmund players were raped during Havertz’s first hit, allowing the German to double Chelsea’s lead on the night after Raheem Sterling’s halftime goal.

Pressed to expand his comments further, Bellingham said, “I don’t want to get in trouble. I paid them enough money.”

The English international midfielder was fined £34,000 in December 2021. After making comments criticizing the refereeing during Dortmund’s loss to Bayern Munich.

The result has been a huge boost for Potter, who has been under pressure, who has had a tough first season since his appointment to Stamford Bridge in September.

London club reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League and The Chelsea manager hailed the success as one of the greatest of his coaching career.

“Winning a game and getting into the last eight of the Champions League is up there with one of the games or evenings of my career.

“The players were tremendous and the fans were tremendous.

“We had to play against a team that played very well. For two games I felt we deserved to pass. It was a special night.”