Trainer Mark van Bommel started the Champions League on Tuesday with a goalless draw at OSC Lille.

Due to a red card, the German team played with ten men for quite some time.

During the match, Van Bommel clashed with referee Makkelie, who claimed a leading role.

Wolfsburg ended up with ten men fifteen minutes after the break due to a red card from John Anthony Brooks, who ran into his second yellow card due to hands.

Just before that, Lille seemed to open the score through Jonathan David, but VAR Kevin Blom had seen that the ball had been in attack over the sideline earlier.

Referee Danny Makkelie disallowed the goal.

Deep in injury time, Van Bommel and Wolfsburg were again unharmed.

Makkelie pointed resolutely to the spot after Onana was knocked out on the edge of the penalty area.

However, Blom noted that the foul was committed outside the penalty area, after which Makkelie again reversed his decision.

The ensuing free kick was unsuccessful.

Van Bommel, who also received a yellow card from Makkelie for comments on the lead, is experiencing a strong start to the season with Wolfsburg.

The coach, who was appointed this summer, is at the top of the Bundesliga with twelve points from four matches.

Penalty record at Sevilla-Salzburg

Sevilla and Red Bull Salzburg played a draw earlier in the evening in a special game: 1-1.

The match in Sevilla was the first game ever in the million-dollar ball in which a referee awarded four penalties.

Belarusian referee Aleksey Kulbakov put the ball on the spot four times in the first half.

Karim Adeyemi was the first to moor in the thirteenth minute, but shot wide on behalf of the visitors.

Eight minutes later, Salzburg was allowed a second chance and Luka Sucic did hit.

In the 37th minute, Sucic was allowed to take another penalty, but this time his sights were not sharp and he shot the post.

Four minutes before half time, Ivan Rakitic equalized from 11 meters on the other side.

Sevilla ended up with ten men in the fiftieth minute after Youssef En-Nesyri clumsily ran into his second yellow card.

The attacker had to leave after making a schwalbe.

Although Sevilla was one man less, the home team was still close to a goal in the final phase, but a header from Ocampos went just over the wrong side of the post.

Salzburg could also have taken the victory in the extreme.

However, a distance attempt by Brenden Aaronson was tapped out of the intersection by Sevilla goalkeeper Yassine Bounou.

Sevilla and Salzburg are also in group G in the group with Lille OSC and the VfL Wolfsburg of trainer Mark van Bommel.

Those two clubs will play against each other on Tuesday at 9 p.m.

View the program, the results and the standings in the Champions League here.