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Discussion in 'Liverpool' started by Zanjinho, Nov 5, 2019.
He must have reacted dramatically to a bit of ball handling.
Bit like this one...
For those who wonder why Wijnaldum and Hendo are our go to guys in big games, have a look at this breakdown of the game. Then you see the money Sky and BT pay pundits when Youtubers are on the money.
commentator on MOTD2 moaning about Walker letting in Mane but failed to mention the 2 "defenders" ( Gundogan & Angelino ?) who stood watching as Hendo moved the ball then whipped in that beaut of a cross.
Loved the beautiful simplicity of Salahs goal . Just absolute perfection
Quality pass, quality cross, quality finish.
Quality officiating too
They've gone even more ABL since the CL final.
According to spurs fans we are involved in some massive corrupt conspiracy with refs and officials and pundits and newspapers to ensure we win the league this year.
It's all very funny and sad at the same time tbh
Gundogan put in a non challenge and Angelino wasn't much better. What a ball in though, back post and game over
The new offside rule is that unless you have multiple TV angles proving that a player is 1 metre behind the third last opponent then he's offside. For one game only though, then we go back to the old rule.
That article wasn't at all biased, was it?
So it turns Pep is a closet Spurs fan
And yet the Firmino offside has been the biggest VAR talking point so far this season and utd have been awarded twice as many penalties as any other club (we've had 3, same as Palace).
The only person with favourable treatment is Pep if he isn't banned for those post match comments just like he wasn't banned for his sarcastic comments to the referee.
My Lab actually pissed on a Yorkie that was yapping at him some months ago. Then he wagged his tail and ambled off.
Exactly my point. As somebody said, wtf is 'unnatural'? The one in the CL final - yes, that is unnatural as there is absolutely no need for somebody's arm to be like that. The one in the Uniturd/PSG match, and Trent on Sunday? Oh **** off.
If you look at the picture that they are using to show how 'unnatural' a position it is in, you can see Lovren in front of him with both arms at almost shoulder height because guess what, when you're playing a sport your arms are all over the place except for when you are fully focussed on keeping them by your side or behind your back at a free kick for instance.