Well, if u people watch our game against Spurs yesterday, i believe most of Man United haters will say the second goal from Nani is illegal. But there are simple rules "play to the whistle". That's it. This morning i read one article from goal.com and i can't agree more on it especially on these sentence..
- Whether the initial incident was a penalty, a dive, or a non-issue is irrelevant.
- Nani's handball was either not spotted or deemed 'cancelled out' by Spurs recovering possession via Gomes.
- After Nani scored, Gomes immediately darted towards the referee's assistant, gesticulating frantically that Nani had handled the ball. Gomes had believed he was taking a free kick, but did so without realising that the whistle had never been blown.
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And look at this, even Rio Ferdinand have a nice thought about it (from his official twitter page)..
(he says : Handball but the Ref didn't blow so how can it be a free kick?? If its a free kick why did Gomez put the ball 10yards away from incident??)
phreak-id think that :..
- I believe the referee play an advantage there as the goalkeeper already regain a possession.
- But Gomez think it was a free kick and put the ball down to do the spot kick
- But still it is Gomez's fault that he should
- play to the whistle
- look around first before put the ball down
- at least block the ball when Nani stay in front of it and look at the referee while waiting to kick
But still i do believe that United deserve the win even without that 2nd goal just by looking at the statistic or look at how Rafael Da Silva pawned the in-form Gareth Bale while Fletcher conquer the midfield..
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