Was Bayern's second goal offside as well?

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Was Bayern's second goal offside as well?

Post by farfan on Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:28 am



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Re: Was Bayern's second goal offside as well?

Post by Lucifer on Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:29 am

Nope. Ronaldo's on other hand was quite a few meter.
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Re: Was Bayern's second goal offside as well?

Post by Perucho21 on Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:30 am

Quite clear.

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Re: Was Bayern's second goal offside as well?

Post by Valkyrja on Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:31 am

No because it's Bayern. They were robbed

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Re: Was Bayern's second goal offside as well?

Post by Freeza on Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:32 am

@Lucifer wrote:Nope. Ronaldo's on other hand was quite a few meter.


It's an obvious offside.

A teammate's body can't play you onside. The line is made by the ball

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Re: Was Bayern's second goal offside as well?

Post by footyfan01 on Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:32 am

Nope. Insanely ridiculous thread & will invite ridiculous response from Madrid fans.

Lewa has no contact with the ball & barely any reaction to Ramos, who outpaced Lewa from behind by making a run, dribbling past Lewa & scoring.

Lewa neither tackled, nor pushed or did anything. To even argue an offside is ridiculous ! But Madrid fans are hacks essentially so they will argue with any garbage logic !

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Re: Was Bayern's second goal offside as well?

Post by Adit on Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:35 am

@footyfan01 wrote:Nope. Insanely ridiculous thread & will invite ridiculous response from Madrid fans.

Lewa has no contact with the ball & barely any reaction to Ramos, who outpaced Lewa from behind by making a run, dribbling past Lewa & scoring.

Lewa neither tackled, nor pushed or did anything. To even argue an offside is ridiculous ! But Madrid fans are hacks essentially so they will argue with any garbage logic !
both players are offside and interfered the play. Ramos don't have to clear it anywhere if they were offside to begin with.

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Re: Was Bayern's second goal offside as well?

Post by halamadrid2 on Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:48 am

Yup, the offside rules states that as soon as you interfer with play it's an offside. For it to not have been called Lewa would have had to not move towards the ball. As soon as he does that it should've been called. He doesn't have to "touch" it for it to be called
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Re: Was Bayern's second goal offside as well?

Post by Zees on Wed Apr 19, 2017 2:00 am

Can't really blame the ref for this one, tight as hell.
@footyfan01 wrote:Nope. Insanely ridiculous thread & will invite ridiculous response from Madrid fans.

Lewa has no contact with the ball & barely any reaction to Ramos, who outpaced Lewa from behind by making a run, dribbling past Lewa & scoring.

Lewa neither tackled, nor pushed or did anything. To even argue an offside is ridiculous ! But Madrid fans are hacks essentially so they will argue with any garbage logic !
Lewa clearly went for the ball and it was Natcho who poked it away from him and into Ramos' feet, don't know where u'r getting Ramos dribbling past Lewa but it's irrelevant either way since the initial point of contact is between Lewa and Nacho.
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