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Paris Saint-Germain vs Monaco
Team Performance
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FoxMulder 8 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain, France 4 242
boy, it’s you who sees Mbappé in dream day and night, did you talk to your psychiatrist about it?
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FoxMulder 8 days ago Edited
Paris Saint-Germain, France 4 242
great to see Neymar backing to his best form,
this match is a great opportunity for Tuchel to see what should be fixed in order to keep Neymar/Mbappé/Icardi/Di Maria in the starting 11 without beign too risky !

Also nice to see Monaco with a new energy with this new coach that still a beginner, also Gelson and BenYedder are really great players !
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great to see Neymar backing to his best form,
this match is a great opportunity for Tuchel to see what should be fixed in order to keep Neymar/Mbappé/Icardi/Di Maria in the starting 11 without beign too risky !

Also nice to see Monaco with a new energy with this new coach that still a beginner
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Lambo91 9 days ago
Juventus, Italy 0 4267
The kid will wake up one day with my message in his dream. You cannot get your early 20's back, Kylian. Don't waste your early 20's energy in a league you're way better than and join a league in your talent league such as Premier League, LaLiga, Serie A or Bundesliga. Or join them all and conquer them all by getting each league title on your resume. Your talent is being wasted right now and we all know you're in your comfort zone and you wana stay with your family in Paris, I get that; but look out for your career.
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FoxMulder 8 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain, France 4 242
boy, it’s you who sees Mbappé in dream day and night, did you talk to your psychiatrist about it?
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oleguer 9 days ago
Barcelona, Spain 0 107
Robert Moreno must deserved more than that.
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HOWARDWEBB 9 days ago
Real Madrid Castilla, Spain U23 0 78
Whoever say Marquinhos went/played for the ball is blind and need to slap himself at the face, he clearly blocking a shot and its bounces to Slimani.
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TheLamb 9 days ago
Arsenal, England 2 482
He didn't really play the ball though it's an instinct to send out your leg... Retarded rule... Should be offside
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HOWARDWEBB 9 days ago
Real Madrid Castilla, Spain U23 0 78
This game looks fixed, Fifa need to investigate it, that ref probably bet on Draw & over 5.5 , the odds very high, around 25/1, 26.00 .
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xumeey 9 days ago
Liverpool 0 1044
I know Marquinhos touched the ball but isn't that still offside?
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_Pelle_ 9 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain 93 5790
I wonder that too... Even Neymar talking now is confused and disappointed :)
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xumeey 9 days ago
Liverpool 0 1044
The amount of time it took for them to decide suggests they weren't 100% sure whether it was offside or not. Do the rules say any contact with the ball from the opposition cancels out the offside?
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CharlesTheRipper 9 days ago
Manchester United, Canada 0 11
If it simply bounces off the player (a ricochet) it will be offside, but if the player actively goes for the ball like Marquinos did, then the offside is cancelled. Marquinoos clearly went for that ball so they had to allow the goal.
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iveroon 9 days ago
Juventus, Italy 0 332
BECAUSE HE WAS ALREADY OFFSIDE BEFORE THE RICOCHETS
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HaXXspetten 8 days ago
Sweden 0 657
If it's just a ricochet then it's still offside, if it's a conscious attempt at playing the ball then it counts as a pass by an opponent and then it's not. So by the rulebook then it's correct and the goal should stand, as it did. That said, when you saw it on video it definitely seemed very lenient considering it was basically just an outstretched leg
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xumeey 8 days ago
Liverpool 0 1044
Yes, it was 50-50 and even the VAR referees weren't sure but I'm glad Monoco got something out of the game since they played very well. Sorry PSG fans but you guys probably don't care much about the league anyway.
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_Pelle_ 8 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain 93 5790
The priority is obviously on the UCL but that doesnt mean its ok to produce shitty performances in the league (like a few games this season). You still want your team to win.
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xumeey 8 days ago
Liverpool 0 1044
Of course, you never want to drop points but you'd rather draw 3-3 at home in a league game than in the CL.
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LOSTerry 9 days ago
Liverpool, England 0 312
How the fck Slimani's goal not offside ?
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neurop 9 days ago
Paris Saint Germain, France 0 423
Marquinhos played the ball
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Manmanutd 9 days ago Edited
Arsenal, Brazil 0 467
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We saw that but it was only a deflection, not a pass
Marquinhos got the deflection, he never passed it for it to cancel the offside
HaXXspetten 8 days ago
Sweden 0 657
Because the referees decided that Marquinhos' touch of the ball was a conscious move and not a ricochet, in which case it counts as a pass by an opponent instead and then it can't be offside. Understandable but definitely harsh under the circumstances
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Manmanutd 8 days ago
Arsenal, Brazil 0 467
By your logic, if the GK collected the ball it wouldve been called as a back pass, but this would be incorrect. Poor refereeing
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Manmanutd 9 days ago
Arsenal, Brazil 0 467
What is the ref smoking, slimani was clearly offside
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Emangiza 9 days ago
Inter, Malta 0 1
Ok after watching it I taught something's wrong with mine, but no the Var ref is heavy on that synthetic shit. The linesman although looks like a bit high too made the right decision.
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CharlesTheRipper 9 days ago
Manchester United, Canada 0 11
Learn the rules first, if it bounces off a player then they will call offside, but if the player goes for the ball and mistimes his tackle you can't call offside. Marquinos clearly went for the ball.
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Manmanutd 9 days ago
Arsenal, Brazil 0 467
Doesnt sound right. Thats a dodgy rule if true
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takeiteasy829 9 days ago
0 130
You learn the rules first, not others. If the player benefitted from his offside position then it is offside and you can see the initial pass/shot came from his teammate. Even if a player blocks the goalie sight while being offside then it would be counted offside.
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HaXXspetten 8 days ago Edited
Sweden 0 657
It's not offside if it's a conscious move for the ball that leads to the assist by a defender rather than it simply being a ricochet off them. That's not a new rule, you just rarely see it need to be used. For example remember the first goal for South Korea against Germany at the world cup? Same story there, he was in an offside position but Kroos had the last mis-aimed pass of the ball so it was allowed to stand anyway. This one was a bit more subjective whether Marquinhos' touch should be considered intentional or not but most likely you'd have to say it was and if so it should stand
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It's not offside if it's a conscious move for the ball that leads to the assist by a defender rather than it simply being a ricochet off them. That's not a new rule, you just rarely see it need to be used. For example remember the first goal for South Korea against Germany at the world cup? Same story there, he was in an offside position but Kroos had the last mis-aimed pass of the ball so it was allowed to stand anyway. This one was a bit more subjective whether or not Marquinhos' touch should be considered intentional or not but most likely you'd have to say it was and if so it should stand
Manmanutd 8 days ago
Arsenal, Brazil 0 467
But Marquinhos's touch didnt change the direction of the ball. If it went into the net, the goal wouldve gone to the monaco player because it was on target. For these reasons it shouldve bern an offside
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CharlesTheRipper 6 days ago
Manchester United, Canada 0 11
@takeiteasy829 if an offensive player is standing offside and a defender passes to him by mistake, is the offensive player still not benefiting from being in an offside position? If you're wondering the answer is yes, and the player does benefit from being offside so your point is nonsensical. You clearly do not have an understanding of the offside rule.
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