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Must-See Own Goal: Real Sociedad

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    • iggy

      High degree of difficulty to pull this off if planned. Much easier just to fall down and get burned for a goal

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  • Ives Galarcop

    The replays after the goal itself were completely useless. Like, almost intentionally so.

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  • Travis

    Not sure if anyone watched this but earlier a Sociedad player got a straight red for dissent, definitely not suspicious at all.

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      • Increase0

        And the red happened right after the Pen wasn’t called.

        That’s why you fall over when someone touches you. You try to stay up and you don’t get anything called.

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    • Nate Dollars

      spanish la liga takes dissent/disrespect toward referees very seriously, depending on what’s said. so unless we know exactly what he said, i don’t think you can say the red was that suspicious.

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      • Increase0

        Serious? They let players whine at them all the time. They almost never care.

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      • Travis

        +1, I see the officials get berated every game with no consequence, its part of why I rarely watch the league.

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      • Nate Dollars

        yes. like i said, “depending on what’s said”. seems that you can whine all you want, but for instance, accusations of biased targeting (a la cristiano ronaldo on sunday) will get you punished in a hurry.

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      • Karl L

        He told the ref “ve a tomarla por el culo” or “go take it up the arse” or go eff yourself”

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      • Increase0

        I do admit. He didn’t argue much after seeing the card.

        But maybe they are polite when they whine normally. Or maybe he was closer to the ref than he thought he was.

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      • AcidBurn

        I guess you’ve never watched a Barcelona game…its comical how they surround the ref when they don’t get a call they like. You see five, six players going up to whine to the ref.

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      • Karl L

        Like he said”depending on what’s said”
        I don’t know how many times I’ve seen Rooney tell the referee to ” eff off” without consequences. In La Liga that’s a straight red card.

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