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[Albion] Was the penalty correctly awarded?

Was the penalty correctly awarded?

  • Definite penalty

    Votes: 74 34.4%
  • Not a penalty

    Votes: 141 65.6%

  • Total voters
    215




Eeyore

Lord Donkey of Queen's Park
NSC Licker Extraordinaire
Apr 5, 2014
23,171
Can we also have a poll to see what Chelsea fans think ? :lolol:
 


Nobby Cybergoat

Well-known member
Jul 19, 2021
6,592
It's not clearly a penalty and not clearly not a penalty.

It's in the grey zone of sometimes given, sometimes not.

Which is why, as it was not given on field, no clear and obvious error was made by the ref, so it was awarded incorrectly
 


Seasider78

Well-known member
Nov 14, 2004
5,916
I don’t want to see those given as penalties as it’s two players tangling competing for the ball so it’s a no for me. Also that is seriously stretching the definition of clear and obvious so why is the VAR even getting involved?
 

Bry Nylon

Test your smoke alarm
Helpful Moderator
Jul 21, 2003
19,634
Playing snooker
I’m growing increasingly exasperated by the sheer number of penalties awarded in games. But no complaints about that one, I’m afraid. A free kick anywhere outside the box and a penalty kick inside it.
 


Bodian

Well-known member
May 3, 2012
11,346
Cumbria
DeZerbi says it was a 'clear penalty'. At the time I was relieved that the ref hadn't given it. What annoyed me more was a) it shouldn't have been overturned because it was a subjective call, and b) they shouldn't have had 10 men on the pitch and so shouldn't have had the opportunity in the first place.
 

Triggaaar

Well-known member
Oct 24, 2005
49,815
Goldstone
It looks like a coming together, no more Milner's fault than Mudryk's. Probably not a penalty. Certainly not a 'clear and obvious error'. Joke.
 



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