Tyrone Mings tells Bellingham he looks "ready for court" after ref controversy

Tyrone Mings has taken a light-hearted swipe at England teammate Jude Bellingham following the Dortmund star's recent referee controversy.

In the aftermath of Bayern Munich's 3-2 victory over Dortmund in Der Klassiker on Saturday, Bellingham questioned the appointment of referee Felix Zwayer, referencing a six month ban the official received due to his involvement in a match-fixing scandal in 2005.

The 18-year-old received a £34,000 fine on Tuesday after being charged with "unsportsmanlike behaviour" by the German Football Association (DFB).

On Wednesday, Bellingham posted a few photos of himself looking dapper in a suit on Instagram, and Mings took the opportunity to have a bit of fun with him.

"Outfit for court bro?" the Aston Villa defender wrote.

A goal from Kingsley Coman and a Robert Lewandowski double secured the win for Bayern after Julian Brandt and Erling Haaland had scored for Dortmund during last weekend's title clash.

Referee Zwayer turned down Dortmund’s appeals for a penalty before later awarding Bayern a dubious spot-kick after Mats Hummels was deemed to have handled in the box.

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After letting his frustration get the better of him, Bellingham told reporters after the game: "You can look at a lot of decisions in the game, you give a referee – that's match-fixed before – the biggest game in Germany, what do you expect?"

The win moves Bayern four points clear at the top of the Bundesliga as they go in search of their 10th successive league title.

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