I agree, (in-the-box) the ball was travelling to the sideline until it hit B.Silva's hand then changed trajectory to hit T.A-Arnold's hand.A lot of talk over that first goal even if the ball clearly hit Silvas hand first, really weird, absolutely nothing in it. Much closer with the second ball in hand for TAA and possible offside for Salah.
Apart from that, absolutely made up, enjoyed that episode from Pep at the end, what a bitter git
Something I don't get - when they zoom in so much that the boots are a couple of pixels... How can you then draw a much higher-resolution line at the tip of a huge pixel and say that's super accurate?Wolves robbed of a goal today, might not have changed the result but these drawing lines offsides are bollocks
Something I don't get - when they zoom in so much that the boots are a couple of pixels... How can you then draw a much higher-resolution line at the tip of a huge pixel and say that's super accurate?
It's still more accurate than just the linesman's eye, granted, but my point is that it's still a potentially incorrect measurement when it comes down to these margins, so there's the potential for VAR to rule out valid goals.
So there has to be a change in the offside rule. One that can support VAR and non-VAR matches too (easy to forget that football exists outside of the Premier League)...
Yeah I think the fact the title was won when Liverpool weren't playing helped. The players were able to properly celebrate too, in the same way they would have done pre-coronavirus.What a night. I didn't think it would feel special with the Covid situation, but people are celebrating, letting off fireworks and rejoicing in the streets.