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That's a pen for me, Spence has Murray Wallace beat clean.

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Don’t think it was a pen. The defenders challenges him and he loses his balance rather than being unfairly tackled. 

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Just now, Brunners said:

That's a pen for me, Spence has Murray Wallace beat clean.

I think he threw himself to the ground tbh. There was no real contact that would have made him fall like he did.

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Wallace falls in to him and completely knocks him off his feet.

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Just now, TeaCider24 said:

*** off, drinks break

Have we came out well from a drinks break yet?

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Just now, Neverbefore said:

I think he threw himself to the ground tbh. There was no real contact that would have made him fall like he did.

Same here. I think he felt the slight pull and tried to make the most of it.

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Looked a close decision, but I'd like to see a replay.

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Better than last two games but you still wonder where the goals we need will come from.

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from the beeb

Djed Spence surges into the box for Boro and is dragged down... no penalty says Tim Robinson and Murray Wallace just trots away.

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Just now, Neverbefore said:

I think he threw himself to the ground tbh. There was no real contact that would have made him fall like he did.

Murray Wallace is basically on his knees, arms across Spence and grabs at him as Spence goes past.

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It was a pen for me. He just threw himself at spence

 

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The defender sticks his stretched arm in front of Djed and totally blocks the path Djed was running .. 

Clasical obstruction ..

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