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Get in. Surely we can’t throw it away now

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Goal! Millwall 0, Middlesbrough 2. Ashley Fletcher (Middlesbrough) converts the penalty with a right footed shot to the top left corner.

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Get in. Who cares about the red. 

 

I LOVE FOOTBALL AGAIN!

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Double jeopardy rule, it wasnt dangerous so no sending off.   

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Just now, White Band said:

Why is that only a yellow?

You only get a yellow if you're last man and give away a penalty nowadays. If it was outside the box it would have been a free and a red

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It's been a long time since this team made me double air punch, but that penalty did. Fantastic stuff!

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Just now, Changing Times said:

Because it was a penalty.

He tried to trip Fletcher, not play the ball.

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Just now, White Band said:

Why is that only a yellow?

Rules changed, if that's outside the box it's a red, inside it's a penalty and a yellow card.

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What the *** is the ref doing? Is he blind?

 

YELLOW CARD?!?!?!

 

angry what the hell GIF by Team Coco

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