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Spain vs France
Team Performance
31 Comments
_Pelle_ 3 days ago Edited
Paris Saint-Germain 124 6437
Best team won, I mean the world champions won.💪
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Best team won, I mean the eorld champions won.💪
Blueman33 8 days ago
SSC Napoli, Poland 0 758
French team deserved 1st rank in the FIFA
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_Pelle_ 3 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain 124 6437
Totally agree.
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fromagefootball 8 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain, France 0 10
Honestly I know France was average, but let’s be honest, Spain was not great. It’s not because you keep the ball that you’re playing well, ultimately they had fewer shots and even fewer shots on target. You’re not playing great when you have the ball and can’t do anything with it.
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quikzyyy 8 days ago
Arsenal 425 8595
Lol seriously fuck football, these refs are rotted from the very top.
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SecondPoteauPavard 8 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain, France 0 36
learn the rules of football before complaining. Defender touches the ball.
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SecondPoteauPavard 8 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain, France 0 36
GO watch Dimaria copa final goal, same situation, goal allowed, rules respected. Thank you
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Footy_watch 8 days ago Edited
Newcastle United, Brazil 5 1354
It's not offside according to the rules, the defender shouldn't have touched the ball.

From the FA:
"A player in an offside position receiving the ball from an opponent, who deliberately plays the ball (except from a deliberate save), is not considered to have gained an advantage."
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It's not offside according to the rules, the defender shouldn't have touched the ball.

From the FA:
A player in an offside position receiving the ball from an opponent, who deliberately plays the ball (except from a deliberate save), is not considered to have gained an advantage.
Footy_watch 8 days ago
Newcastle United, Brazil 5 1354
Why do you continue to complain about the refs? Either accept that we cant do anything about it, or stop watching football.
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quikzyyy 8 days ago
Arsenal 425 8595
Mbappe was offside in the moment of the pass, Garcia was never in the possession of the ball. If Simon reached the ball he could have saved it with his hands, it wasn't new play. To add more heat, this all started with foul throw https://streamable.com/o5isiz so according to any logic VAR should have cancelled this goal for 2 reasons, they didn't.
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quikzyyy 8 days ago
Arsenal 425 8595
Imagine a deep cross with an attacker being in an offside position by 3 meters at the far post and a defender trying to clear the ball with a header. It skims off the top of his head to an attacker who scores. Not an offside because a defender tried to play the ball. Lovely.
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Barraca 8 days ago Edited
Barcelona, France 0 244
Yes. But then again, these are the rules. García touched the ball because he wanted to, so no offside. Tough luck for Spain, get over it.
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Yes. But then again, these are the rules. García passed the ball to Mbappé, so no offside. Tough luck for Spain, get over it.
quikzyyy 7 days ago
Arsenal 425 8595
Ball was going clearly to Mbappe, who interferes with the play, no matter, therefore it’s offside. You say Garcia cancelled the offside, but he only went for that ball because Mbappe was chasing it, he was never in possession of it.
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Footy_watch 7 days ago Edited
Newcastle United, Brazil 5 1354
can't you see the rule? It says a player in the offside position. We all know who the ball was going to. It doesn't change the outcome of no offside. The referees have explained already, garcia was making a save but because it wasn't close to goal it wasn't classed as a save, therefore its the correct decision.
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Firstly, there's no way Garcia knew mbappe was offside. Secondly, can't you see the rule? It says a player in the offside position. We all know who the ball was going to. It doesn't change the outcome of no offside. The referees have explained already, garcia was making a save but becayse it wasn't close to goal it wasn't classed as a save, therefore its the correct decision.
can't you see the rule? It says a player in the offside position. We all know who the ball was going to. It doesn't change the outcome of no offside. The referees have explained already, garcia was making a save but becayse it wasn't close to goal it wasn't classed as a save, therefore its the correct decision.
quikzyyy 7 days ago
Arsenal 425 8595
If this true applied to everything, any striker could just run straight to the ball even if he was 10 meters offside, just stop before defender makes 1 touch them keep chasing him.
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quikzyyy 7 days ago
Arsenal 425 8595
"This is and always has been offside. The pass was intended for Mbappe, so it makes him offside the moment the pass was given. It's not like the pass was intended for another attacker and only ended up with Mbappe because a defender changed its course. The rule is not for a defender trying to intercept a pass to an offside attacker."

And if you wanna read the rules, here "A player in an offside position shall be penalised if he: makes an obvious action which clearly impacts on the ability of an opponent to play the ball" Did Mbappe run from offside position made impact on what Garcia did? Yes.
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Footy_watch 7 days ago
Newcastle United, Brazil 5 1354
Making a pass for the defender to intentionally deflect it whilst making sure it goes to the attacker is such a low probability of happening. The defenders will easily see the attacker is offside and raise his arms to show he didnt go for the ball.

You have made an error in comprehension. What obvious action from mbappe impacted Garcia's "ability" to play the ball? He made no physical contact with him and he wasn't even near Garcia, which is what this rule is talking about.
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Barraca 7 days ago
Barcelona, France 0 244
How the hell could MBappé be interfering with García? If he'd pulled his shirt or elbowed him, maybe, but he was several meters away! García just flopped his tackle and slipped the ball to MBappé. Too bad for Spain, but the goal is perfectly legal, as confirmed by every serious sports analyst.
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Barraca 7 days ago
Barcelona, France 0 244
Quikzyyy, there's no denying MBappé is offside when the pass is made, but the moment he receives the ball from García, his position becomes legal. It's the same rule as when a player stays behind the keeper to steal the ball.
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quikzyyy 7 days ago
Arsenal 425 8595
why did UEFA gave the assist to Hernandez then? If Garcia started the new play, which cancelled the offside there should be no assist.
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quikzyyy 7 days ago
Arsenal 425 8595
And how is Mbappe interferering with the play? First, the ball is going directly to him therefore linesman should already raise his flag (but due to rule change they are supposed to let the game go) if they are not sure. Second, his run is directly influencing Garcia decision and how he deals with ball. If Mbappe isn’t making that run, Garcia isn’t doing this tackle.
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Barraca 6 days ago Edited
Barcelona, France 0 244
MBappé's run doesn't qualify as interfering with the opponent as defined in the rules: he didn't block his opponent's vision, he didn't challenge him, he wasn't trying to play a ball close to himself, he didn't clearly impact the ability of the opponent to play the ball. So technically speaking, there was no interference. Sorry. 🤷‍♂️
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MBappé's run doesn't qualify as interfering with the opponent as defined in the rules: he didn't block his opponent's vision, he didn't challenge him, he wasn't trying to play a ball close to him, he didn't clearly impact the ability of the opponent to play the ball. So technically speaking, there was no interference. Sorry. 🤷‍♂️
Footy_watch 6 days ago
Newcastle United, Brazil 5 1354
There's literally no interference from mbappe. Defenders will always expect attackers to be around them even if they aren't there. For example many times defenders kick the ball out in crosses because they expect attackers to be around them
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Sanchezalexis 8 days ago
Barcelona, Spain 0 1
How is Mbappe goal not offside?
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fromagefootball 8 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain, France 0 10
Because Garcia touches the ball
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fromagefootball 8 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain, France 0 10
Garcia touches the ball before it gets to Mbappé
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Footy_watch 8 days ago
Newcastle United, Brazil 5 1354
Taken from the FA offside rule:

"A player in an offside position receiving the ball from an opponent, who
deliberately plays the ball (except from a deliberate save), is not considered
to have gained an advantage."
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quikzyyy 8 days ago
Arsenal 425 8595
Garcia touch doesn't mean Mbappe is ONSIDE, he didn't pass to him, he didn't start a new play. The rule has always been and still is that it has to be a deliberate pass.
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Barraca 8 days ago Edited
Barcelona, France 0 244
No, the rule says the defender has to touch the ball deliberately, not make a deliberate pass to the opponent (I mean, who would ever do that). For example, if the ball had just bumped on the defender while he had his eyes closed, MBappé would have been offside, but García goes for the ball, so no offside.
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No, the rule says the defender has to touch the ball deliberately, not make a deliberate pass (I mean, who would ever do that). For example, if the ball had just bumped on the defender while he had his eyes closed, MBappé would have been offside, but García goes for the ball, so no offside.
Footy_watch 8 days ago
Newcastle United, Brazil 5 1354
I just realised this was the final
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_Pelle_ 3 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain 124 6437
yes!💪👍
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