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Just now, GrimsbyBoro said:

It was fine for Zenden but not Tav

It shouldn't have been fine for Zenden tbf.

It's definitely a double touch.

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Just now, TheJew said:

Wtf was that. Looked like he only touched it once. Unbelievable.

Definitely both feet, it was a carbon copy of Zenden in Cardiff. Left foot off right foot.

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