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Monday, 20 August 2012

Yellow Card Eid Mubarak celebration Nasri So Controversy

Samir Nasri the hero wins the inaugural champions Manchester City's 3-2 win over Southampton, at Etihad Stadium, Manchester, Sunday (19/08/2012) night. But Nasri goal celebration that shows the phrase "Eid Mubarak" Eid greeting that controversy.

City Nasri scoring advantage in the 80th minute when standing still 2-2. After breaking goalkeeper Kevin Davis, the French national team midfielder ran remove part costume and show the words "Eid Mubarak" on the shirt inside.

Referee Howard Webb then reached into his pocket and then reward Nasri with a yellow card after the celebration. Webb decision torn controversy, at least among the Twitter users.

Shortly after the incident, dozens or even hundreds of Twitt questioning the referee's decision is identical with that bald head.

Paul Stanley @ PaulStanley77 account owner who is a Swansea City supporter wrote "Nasri picks up a booking for lifting his shirt over his head but Tevez does exactly the same but does not get booked, Nice one Howard".

Before the celebration Nasri, City striker, Carlos Tevez had been first to celebrate after scoring a goal in minute 40. Tevez lifted costume and show the writing on the inside of the shirt. KaosTevez inscribed "Lugano" which refers to the location where he was raised in Argentina.

Meanwhile, the owner of the account @ TudgeMH Tudge named Matt Harrison, a student majoring in media from Preston, England nuances racist motives to that decision. He also compared the celebration Nasri and Tevez referring personal background of each player. "Hint of racism by the premier league? Tevez is not booked for his celebration t-shirt, but Nasri has been was it cause his said "Eid Mubarak"? "he wrote.

The goal was created when the City in a depressed position when the position 2-2. As the defending champion's first game is a test for City with demands must win. City got lucky Nasri is capable of taking advantage of opportunities in the nick of time.

Nasri kick in the 80th minute to take advantage of the opportunities in front of goal that stems from negligence Fox, Southampton defender. Fox failed to dispel bait Clichy. The ball rolled to the feet of Nasri who immediately conquer Southampton goalkeeper.

The goal was to provide more City three points in the first game. Nasri should happy to give the victory as he celebrates Victory Day, Eid al-Fitr 1433 AH.

Goals created by the action of the previous City Tevez (40 ') and Edin Dzeko (72'). Southampton had a surprise with two goals from Rickie Lambert (59 ') and Steven Davis (68').
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