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Two shocking decisions with the Danes milking any contact and the ref falling for it

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Just now, Uwe said:

Two shocking decisions with the Danes milking any contact and the ref falling for it

Quite poor from the Danes, but not at all surprising to see that kind of thing from them 😒

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Just now, Uwe said:

Two shocking decisions with the Danes milking any contact and the ref falling for it

I’ll admit it was a very soft pen. Never saw it. But that was a straight second yellow for Maguire who came too late and went in on Dolbergs ankle. Just poor defending. 

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Just now, Borodane said:

I’ll admit it was a very soft pen. Never saw it. But that was a straight second yellow for Maguire who came too late and went in on Dolbergs ankle. Just poor defending. 

Is it late if he gets the ball first 🤔

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Just now, Borodane said:

I’ll admit it was a very soft pen. Never saw it. But that was a straight second yellow for Maguire who came too late and went in on Dolbergs ankle. Just poor defending. 

Came to late but got To The ball first 🤷‍♂️. He dragged his trailing leg over Maguire and screamed like he’d stood on a landmine 

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Stamping on an ankle is always a bookable offense. Kind hide behind just getting to the ball first. Go in with your studs showing and going in on the ankle is going to get you a booking. 

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England invented penalties, so they could beat nations like Iceland

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What was the penalty given for? The kick on Delaneys foot? You’d think VAR would come into play if the ref was blatantly wrong. 

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2 minutes ago, Borodane said:

What was the penalty given for? The kick on Delaneys foot? You’d think VAR would come into play if the ref was blatantly wrong. 

No VAR apparently.

The penalty was given for a Danish person being untrustworthy, as indeed they all are.

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