Reference remark: “There is no room to move” in the handball rule, says Dermot Gallagher | Soccer news

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Dermot Gallagher

Former Premier League referee

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s red card, Liverpool’s goal and Southampton’s penalty were also analyzed.

Last update: 01/13/20 12:48 pm

Robert Snodgrass's last draw for West Ham was ruled out for handball

Robert Snodgrass’s last draw for West Ham was ruled out for handball

There is no room for maneuver in the current handball rule after the West Ham not allowed equalizer, Dermot Gallagher said in the last Ref Watch.

The incident on Bramall Lane in Friday night football It was one of the great topics of conversation of the weekend, with incidents of the Arsenal draw at Crystal Palace and Liverpool’s victory against Tottenham also analyzed.

Read on to see Dermot’s analysis of the weekend’s Premier League action …

Sheffield United 1-0 West Ham

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FREE TO SEE: Highlights of Sheffield United’s victory against West Ham in the Premier League

FREE TO SEE: Highlights of Sheffield United’s victory against West Ham in the Premier League

INCIDENT: In the final minutes of the game, Declan Rice set Robert Snodgrass to score a draw for West Ham. However, VAR reviewed the goal and ruled it out for a handball against Rice, although it was caused by a header from John Egan from close range. .

DERMOT VERDICT: Right decision

DERMOT SAYS: “Absolutely [decision is correct by the laws of the game]… hits his arm and unfortunately, he has been rejected.

“Where we are at the moment is that the law says that the player scores with his hand? No. Does another player create the opportunity to score with his hand? Yes, and that’s where we are. There is no room for maneuver. It’s black and really white.

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Declan Rice was furious with the decision to discard West Ham’s goal for handball and claims that no one in the game wants VAR to remain

Declan Rice was furious with the decision to discard West Ham’s goal for handball and claims that no one in the game wants VAR to remain

“With the Willy Boly incident [handball against Manchester City last season]It was the one that everyone said showed that we could not continue as we were and that the law had to be changed. It was changed because of that and now everyone says it’s not what they wanted, you should be careful what you want.

“The IFAB met on February 29 and they would have seen all this, it is not only in England, it happens all over the world. They can sit down and say they need to revisit this … They could say they need to go out directly. Arm, I really don’t know, but for the moment, it’s a useless exercise to discuss it because they are so black and white. “

Crystal Palace 1-1 Arsenal

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FREE TO SEE: Highlights of the 1-1 draw between Crystal Palace and Arsenal in the Premier League

FREE TO SEE: Highlights of the 1-1 draw between Crystal Palace and Arsenal in the Premier League

INCIDENT: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was initially shown a yellow card for a horrendous tackle on Max Meyer. However, VAR intervened and updated the reservation to a direct red card.

DERMOT VERDICT: Right decision

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Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta apologizes to Crystal Palace after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was sent to challenge Max Meyer after a VAR review

Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta apologizes to Crystal Palace after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was sent to challenge Max Meyer after a VAR review

DERMOT SAYS: “It may have happened ‘eventually’, but for all his arguments about VAR for Rice handball, 100 percent has been used correctly here. This is a very bad entry that, because of where the referee was on the field, he didn’t see that, saw the Aubameyang in the middle of him [and Meyer], but that’s a red card, there’s no doubt about it. “

Tottenham 0-1 Liverpool

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FREE TO SEE: Highlights of Liverpool’s victory over Tottenham in the Premier League

FREE TO SEE: Highlights of Liverpool’s victory over Tottenham in the Premier League

INCIDENT: Andrew Robertson made a similar entry on Japhet Tanganga, with the Liverpool wing catching the 20-year-old Tottenham at the ankles with a challenge. However, Robertson was not reserved.

DERMOT VERDICT: Unlike the Aubameyang tack.

DERMOT SAYS: “It’s not the same tackle [as Aubameyang’s], and I think this is a yellow card. Robertson’s first touch is not good, he escapes, and enters, takes the ball and continues. I think he catches him next to the boot, he gets there, he has nowhere to go and his boot is sideways. The contact point is not near the Aubameyang rig. “

INCIDENT: Just before Liverpool’s goal, there was a discrepancy over a throw-in, with the ball that seemed to hit Serge Aurier and Sadio Mane right on the sideline. It was awarded to Liverpool by the line judge, who went on to score from the serve, with questions about a handball against Jordan Henderson in the accumulation. However, it was judged that the ball had not been handled by the Liverpool captain and Roberto Firmino’s goal remained.

DERMOT VERDICT: Throw down the line judge, correct objective that will be given

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Liverpool’s victory over Tottenham on Saturday means they have now won 61 points in the Premier League in 2019-20, the most that any team has recorded after 21 games in a single season in the five major leagues in Europe

Liverpool’s victory over Tottenham on Saturday means they have now won 61 points in the Premier League in 2019-20, the most that any team has recorded after 21 games in a single season in the five major leagues in Europe

DERMOT SAYS: “The line judge has the best view of the serve. He looks down the line and is pretty sure that if he hit the Liverpool player, he would be above the line. We can see him all day and not judge, so you have Than go with him.

“I think VAR is absolutely right here because Jordan Henderson directs him and really hits Dele Alli’s arm. It wouldn’t have been a penalty because he hit his arm very close, but he definitely didn’t hit Henderson. It was with all the right reason.”

Leicester 1-2 Southampton

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FREE TO SEE: Highlights of Southampton’s victory over Leicester City in the Premier League

FREE TO SEE: Highlights of Southampton’s victory over Leicester City in the Premier League

INCIDENT: Southampton received a penalty when Caglar Soyuncu bought Shane Long when he broke into the area. Soyuncu was reserved but VAR reviewed the decision and annulled it after Long was caught offside in the accumulation. The Leicester defender also had his yellow card terminated.

DERMOT VERDICT: Right decision

DERMOT SAYS: “This was a really difficult decision because Long passes and is a penalty and a foul, but it is a genuine attempt to play the ball, so it is a yellow card and not a red card. But they look at the VAR for an offense in the accumulation and it’s incredibly tight. But as we know from before, the offside is a yes or no question, and Long is offside, so the referee returns and the yellow card is canceled. “

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