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[Albion] Chelsea vs Brighton & Hove Albion *** Official Match Thread ***







willalbion

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What was he sent to watch? it clearly wasn't a handball, when he gave the box signal after watching I thought he gave a penalty and was thinking what a crock of shit, even though it meant we had a penalty, so what was he sent to watch? and what did VAR overturn?
He gave the penalty apparently. That’s why he was sent to look at it.
 




The Optimist

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As the game stopped at the awarding of the pen. It restarts with a drop ball
Didn’t see the incident properly. Did the ref award a penalty and then VAR overturn it? If so, did the ref really award the penalty quickly enough that the ball hadn’t gone out for a corner by the time he blew his whistle?

If the above is how it happened, I get that the rules have been followed properly but still it seems massively unfair to not get the corner.
 














BevBHA

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Apparently what happened is Pawson gave the penalty in play. VAR sent him to the screen to check his decision, so then he didn’t give it, which is why it was a drop ball. A complete shambles all round
 


Drebin

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Well done PGMOL. AGAIN. Corrupt fucks.

It wasn't a penalty, but to not give us a corner and take away our last chance?
According to the commentator here in Norway, that’s the rule!
If the decision is overturned in that situation the defending team gets an indirect free kick.

Makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.
 








ClemFandango

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How many more times?
 

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Kinky Gerbil

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Didn’t see the incident properly. Did the ref award a penalty and then VAR overturn it? If so, did the ref really award the penalty quickly enough that the ball hadn’t gone out for a corner by the time he blew his whistle?

If the above is how it happened, I get that the rules have been followed properly but still it seems massively unfair to not get the corner.
BBC and Chelsea suggest it was given, thus the drop ball.

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The ball smacks Colwill in the face but the referee points to the spot. VAR intervene and overturn the decision.
 








Sheebo

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peterward

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Quite clearly not a penalty - why on earth was he sent to the moniter?! They’re all just bottle jobs.
To try and prove he has the bottle to stick to onfield after clearly not doing so first time.

Plus Brighton scoring from the corner after ball hit Colwills head and denying Chelsea the 3 points, had to be prevented.

Giving ball back to Sanchez with a drop ball for absolutely no reason? and denying Brighton goal scoring opportunity from a corner was simply not justifiable in any way.

Levels of incompetence that would have any one of us fired in our professions.
 
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Acker79

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Did he award a penalty then? Even if he did the ball was already out.
I don't see why he would go to the monitor if he didn't award it.

If he did. play stopped at the point of the infringement, not when the ref blew the whistle, so it would have been stopped before the ball went out of play.
 


dazzer6666

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The ball was out when play was stopped. The offence happened in play but can be brought back. The whistle was not blown while the ball is in play, therefore the corner must be given.
.........but the (initial) decision was a penalty, so anything after that is irrelevant
 


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