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Wednesday, 11 July 2012

5 "ghost goal" Most Controversial

Jose Mourinho Various ways have been made to assist the referee in carrying out their duties in the field. However, it does not mean tennis courts make mistakes at the time endorsed a goal. The limited sense of sight that the referee had made a decision not infrequently wrong.

Such events are known as "ghost goal" or "ghost goal". At the last Euro 2012, Ukraine became victims of incidents like this when he met England in the party-off Group D. When the referee does not endorse the goals scored by Marco Devic even though the ball had crossed the goal line. The hosts eventually eliminated after giving up a slim 0-1 score.

FIFA itself tried to minimize such incidents. Last FIFA decided to use a goal-line technology by installing a tool called Hawk-Eye and GoalRef. Here are five "ghost goal" as quoted from the most controversial

A. Frank Lampard, England vs Germany
British victims of "ghost goal" when he met Germany in the last 16 World Cup in 2010. At that time, the referee did not validate if the goals scored by Frank Lampard. Though the ball bounced off the crossbar had crossed the goal line before the Germans were driven goalkeeper Manuel Neuer. When an incident occurs, the UK was behind 1-2. German duel eventually won 4-1.

2. Roy Carroll, Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur
Incidence of the coloring ridiculous duel that was held in 2005. At that time, Manchester United goalkeeper Roy Carroll failed to stem the Spurs players lob shot, Pedro Mendes. The ball was in his arms suddenly bounced over his shoulder and then fell in behind the goal line. Carroll hastily grabbed and pulled the ball from the goal.

Somehow the referee Mark Clattenburg nor linesman Rob Lewis did not see this happening. In fact, the incident is clearly visible to the nearly 67 thousand spectators in attendance.

3. Sulley Muntari Juventus vs AC Milan 2012
AC Milan had also been a victim of "ghost goal" when he met Juventus and 2012. In this duel, Sulley Muntari's cross headed a corner kick has crossed the line before it cleared by goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon. Unfortunately, the referee did not endorse that goal. The duel ended in a 1-1 draw.

4. Frank Lampard, Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur 2005
England midfielder Frank Lampard returned to the incident involved "ghost goal". Except this time Lampard was defending Chelsea face another Premier League team, Tottenham Hotspur.

The incident stems from an error Spurs goalkeeper, Heurelho Gomes in the stem-kick Lampard. The referee is very difficult to make a decision because it was blocked by the Gomes is trying hard to prevent the ball into the net. In the replay, the ball actually does not look too far past the goal line. In this duel, the Spurs ended up losing by a score of 1-2.

5. Juan Mata, Chelsea v Tottenham 2012
In the game, the protest was filed Spurs players to the referee Atkinson who passed Juan Mata scored in the 48th minute. They are furious because they think the ball has not crossed the line when driven by Benoit Assou-Ekotto.

Atikinson nor the linesman does look the difficulty in making decisions. Because, while the incidence of many players who are in the Spurs goal. Moreover, Juan Matta-kick was so hard. The ball rolling too fast. In the replay is also difficult to see whether the ball had crossed the goal line or not because of blocked players that fall.
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