Fair Play Heroes in Germany
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Two Bundesliga teams in relegation danger met on Saturday but despite the stakes, Werder Bremen's Aaron Hunt convinced
the referee to rescind his penalty-kick call -- explaining he had stumbled and not been tripped. In the same game, Nuremberg's Hiroshi Kiyotake also helped out ref Manuel
Bremen held on to its 2-0 lead after Hunt turned down the penalty-kick opportunity.
In the first half, Kiyotake admitted he had the last touch after Grafe
thought it should have been a corner kick.
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