The main problem of modern football

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The main problem of modern football

So,
what had happened during the central match of the matchday at the
legendary arena of the grandee from Merseyside? The hosts of Anfield
with the score 1:0 on the 80
th
minute have missed powerful shot of Victor Wanyama (1:1).

After
some minutes and after the falling of Hary Kane in the penalty area
of the guests the main referee of the match Jonathan Moss pointed to
the spot. Though, at numerous replays it was obvious that the forward
of the Spurs and English national team fell on his own initiative
without help of the goalkeeper of the hosts Loris Karius. But,
finally, justice has triumphed and instead of accurate kick Kane had
given the ball directly to the hands of the goalkeeper.

And
on the 91
st
minute the solo run of Mohamed Salah, the winger of Liverpool, ended
with a new goal of the guests (2:1). Immediately, Jurgen Klopp once
again performed really gladiatorial ritual. However these seconds the
head coach of Liverpool couldn’t even assume that exactly in two
minutes the next simulation of the vice-champion of the EPL in the
penalty area of the hosts of Anfield will lead to the second penalty
and as a result to a draw (2:2).

Thus,
thanks to obvious simulation of the football players, Tottenham
gained absolutely undeserved point in Liverpool and, to be exact,
took away his quite deserved victory from the grandee from
Merseyside. Of course, the fans of the Reds finally advised Jonathan
Moss and his assistants to visit eye care professionals regularly …

It
will be wise to remind famous video device in modern tennis which
immediately solve all questions in case of replays. Of course, today
the English football federation, as the Italian Serie A and German
Bundesliga, is able to afford to equip each arena, at least the
arenas of the clubs of the EPL, modern video equipment. But then in
England no strange match will never be possible …

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