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Jason

closed Spurs 1-0 Chelsea

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Man of the Match   8 members have voted

  1. 1. Who is your Man of the Match?

    • Kepa
      0
    • Azpilicueta
      0
    • Rudiger
      3
    • Christensen
      0
    • Alonso
      0
    • Jorginho
      0
    • Kante
      2
    • Barkley
      0
    • Willian
      0
    • Hudson-Odoi
      2
    • Hazard
      1
    • Pedro (sub)
      0
    • Kovacic (sub)
      0
    • Giroud (sub)
      0

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There is no such thing as separation between a referee's and linesman's decision in a game. The referee actually makes the decision in all cases with the help of his assistants. 
The linesman's vision was covered by Kane, he could not see that Azpilicueta was actually playing Kane on. 
Do you think I'd rather trust a totally subjective Chelsea board ( or laptop for that matter ) rather than an actual decision made by refereeing specialists in an independent box based on multiple replays ( and the actual clear picture we have on our hands here ? ). 
We're just turning into Arsenal ( and spurs for that matter ) with these lame excuses and "we played better" narrative. 
Totally not Chels values. 
Really not interested in the weed, gas lighting and whatnot discussions, seems like we can't have an objective discussion on the internet anymore without this sort of silly comments ( even worse coming from an actual moderator ). 
Come on man, what's so hard to understand about the fact that the shaded region in the picture you showed (and they showed on tv) tells us that Kane's feet were onside. Nobody is disagreeing with that. But his feet are BARELY onside. And he is leaning forward, meaning his head and shoulder especially are beyond his feet. Meaning that it's very likely those parts of his body are off since his feet were barely on.

It's clear those images do not take that in to account. If they are making offside decisions based only on where their feet are, they are wrong. Plain and simple.

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4 hours ago, Adnane said:

There is no such thing as separation between a referee's and linesman's decision in a game. The referee actually makes the decision in all cases with the help of his assistants. 

The linesman's vision was covered by Kane, he could not see that Azpilicueta was actually playing Kane on. 

 

We all know that final decision is on ref hand. But this situation happen in a game tons of times. It was simple long ball. The moment the linesman wave his flag. It was offside. If by waving his flag, it is not offside then what is the point of having linesman doing offside check. Let's just forget it and let VAR do the offside. 

That is why in WC, linesman was instructed to lower their flag in close offside situation. It is to prevent this situation . It was simply a botched VAR application. 

 

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2 hours ago, kellzfresh said:

We don't get enough players into the box when we attack, we don't do enough cut backs or low crosses. Thats why we take low quality shots. We need to get CHO, Hazard, Willian and Barkley into the box, we always stay outside the box and end up playing like a Louis Van Gaal team.

Yesterday we produced fnal efforts, albeit some were very poor like the shot attempts by Barkley and Jorginho that sent the ball sky high.
The reason I feel we can't be seen to effect inside the box is because our midfielders are taking it easy and always look for the easy pass. But if they run the opposition, then they can pull defenders out and make things hot up front.
The passing game is good but you need to have 3-4 Eden Hazards up front to dance through the eye of the needle (like Barca does in the shape of Messi - Iniesta - Suarez).

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12 hours ago, Fulham Broadway said:

Clattenburg has now said he got it wrong and rewatching VAR Kane was definitely offside

Fat lot of good it does now

We are simply unlucky.

VAR itself is new and the implementation in England is also very new. It will take time for everyone to get used to it. 

We still have 2nd leg to play for

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16 minutes ago, communicate said:

We are simply unlucky.

VAR itself is new and the implementation in England is also very new. It will take time for everyone to get used to it. 

Well if it comes down to luck they could just toss a coin. 

Hopefully it will get better, but will still destroy atmospheres in grounds, the spontaneity of a celebration 

I hope there will be VAR at the bridge for the 2nd leg, as you'd expect us to be doing most of the attacking at home, whilst chasing a 1-0 deficit.

Hopefully the players will be fired right up for it.

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