Kraftster wrote:Easily a foul.
largegarlic wrote:Wow, that got hairy. I agree that it looked like a penalty earlier. However, the US has been on the wrong end of soooo many bad PK calls in qualifying history, I feel OK with them getting away with one.
Really gutsy performance by Beasley, playing through the knocks and out of position, even if he did get burned on several occasions. Gonzalez was almost perfect in central defense. Bradley also was really calm and composed on the ball.
Gaucho wrote:Glad I'm not a Sunderland fan.
GaryRissling wrote:Gaucho wrote:Glad I'm not a Sunderland fan.
I was surprised to see though, that he is very well liked and respected amongst liberal football writers; as they say that he has a fairly well thought-out and nuanced position regarding fascism and denounces racism. Obviously that salute is highly offensive though.
Kraftster wrote:Perhaps its a cultural thing, but I am confused by the outrage and preemptive concern?
Rocco wrote:Somehow this is considered onside:
Gaucho wrote:Rocco wrote:Somehow this is considered onside:
Did you only see this still or do you simply not know the rules?
It's an equaliser. PSG swing in a free-kick from 40 yards out, Thiago Silva powers a wonderful header at goal. It pings back off the post and Ibramhimovic, a good yard and a half offside, is first to react and pokes home!
81 min: Barcelona just switched off a touch there, what with the chance from the corner and the clash of heads creating a collective mini head-frazzle. It was Villa who rather needlessly conceded the free-kick that led to the goal. They still have every right to feel aggrieved about the offside decision.
80 min GOAL!! PSG 1 Barcelona 1 (Ibrahimovic)
That's what good it is! Silva hits the post with an excellent header, Zlatan's quickest to the rebound but was clearly offside when Silva connected. I don't think he'll mind very much. PSG are back on non-away-goals terms.
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