WAS to be crucial as Tottenham beat Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-finals after a gigantic drama.
finally, it was Raheem Sterling's 5-3-goal in injury time cancelled, because WAS called Sergio agüero, as the offside, and shortly before when was Fernando Llorentes 3-4 targets approved after the review, as it could not be proved, that the Spanish striker hit the ball with the arm.
Now it turns out, however, that the latter goal that decided the match, probably still should be cancelled.
the Daily Mail tells namely that there was a single tv angle, as referee Cuneyt Cakir did not come to look at WAS the screen and this angle reveals clearly that Llorente actually hit the ball with the arm, in the smoke down the thigh and into the goal.
You can see the tv clip, as the judge did not as in his WAS review, RIGHT HERE.
Llorentes 3-4-objective ended up being crucial, as Tottenham with a total of 4-4 played himself on to the rule of the most away goals.
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Cuney Cakir show WAS the character. Photo: Lindsey Parnaby/Ritzau Scanpix
Llorentes goal ended up being approved - maybe because Çakır never got the distinct arm angle. Photo: Anthony Devlin/Ritzau Scanpix
After the match, City manager Josep Guardiola also not completely satisfied.
I support WAS, however, from one angle, there is Llorentes goal scored with the hand. I am for fair decisions. The judge must be assisted, said Guardiola after the match.
After the match, discussed all sorts of experts, whether there was an arm on the ball.
the Former player Rio Ferdinand was one of those who thought that the aim should be cancelled.
- Look at the skin on his arm. It moves. I'm just saying that the ball hit the arm, and then it is up to the judge to assess whether there are penalties, said Ferdinand.
While former national coach Glen Hoddle argued that the ball did not hit the arm.
- If the ball had hit the arm, so it was not gone into with the power. It hits his hip, said Hoddle.
Regardless of what the unseen tv angle now shows, so it is clear that Manchester City are out of the Champions League, while Tottenham meet Ajax in one of the upcoming Champions League semi-finals, where Barcelona and Liverpool meet in the other.
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