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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Hoffenheim request Bayer replay

Hoffenheim have confirmed they lodged an official complaint with the German Football Association in dispute of Stefan Kiessling's 'ghost goal' which handed Bayer Leverkusen a 2-1 win at the Rhein-Neckar Arena on Friday night.

Kiessling's 70th-minute header went through the side netting, but referee Felix Brych allowed the goal -- which proved to be a decisive one -- to stand.

Using television replays as evidence, Hoffenheim have called for the match to be replayed.

"Hoffenheim have formally submitted an appeal to the German Football Association [DFB] against the validity of the home match against Bayer Leverkusen," a statement on the club's official website read. "The aim of the lawyer's letter via mail and fax is to request a replay of the match."

Following the match, Hoffenheim coach Markis Gisdol said: "It's definitely bitter for us and something like this has already happened once, and that game was replayed so I think we're going to see this game again. "Anything else would be a joke. You can't replay a Bayern Munich game, but not a Hoffenheim game."

Leverkusen boss Sami Hyypia added: "I celebrated during the game because it looked like it was in, but of course now it's a bit uncomfortable. But I can't do anything about it -- it's the referee who makes the decisions."

Information from the Press Association was used in this report.

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