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Man. City vs. Spurs post match talk
quikzyyy 3 months ago
Arsenal 407 7700

I'm stunned, what a game this was, best drama of the season so far?

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DarthFooty 3 months ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 8 431

WOW!!!!!!!!!! That game was insane!

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ramaboy10 3 months ago
Mauritius 285 6453

incredible
possible the best CL game I've ever watched

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NovaRuk 3 months ago
Real Madrid/Barcelona, Malaysia 17 734

Was Sterling last goal really offside?? They didn't even bother showing the replay

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DarthFooty 3 months ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 8 431

Sterling was on, it was Aguero who was off by millimeters. lol

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amir_keal 3 months ago
Arsenal, Netherlands 65 2774

What a game, love these CL nights.

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raimondo90 3 months ago
Valencia, Argentina 89 2485

The only thing I would have to look up is if even a deflection rules you offside. It was eriksen who passed the ball back but it deflected on Silva. I'm assuming the rule says that's offside since it was corrected pretty, if VAR got that wrong then it would be insane.

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raimondo90 3 months ago
Valencia, Argentina 89 2485

Laporte committed two back to back mistakes and you can't do that at this level. Pretty shitty way to lose. Away goal rule is such a heart breaker.

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Emobot7 3 months ago Edited
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@DarthFooty Yep, Gundogan I think was the one who intercepted Eriksen backpass and it was redirected in Aguero path, however, he was just offside. Tough luck for City.

@Ramaboy10 For sure, it was one heck of an amazing game and tbh, I missed the first 12 minute of it where they scored 4 goal and I still think it was one of the best game I saw at this level of the CL.

Pretty sure there is gonna be a lots of talk from about the VAR from both team manager and players. Still, what an amazing game!

But seriously, I think one thing we have to concede about City was that their fans really answered present in that game. Especially in the first half, was an amazing atmosphere, very no doubt for Spurs to play in there.

@Raimondo Yeah, deflection rules you offside, I'm pretty sure it does sadly. :( And yeah, its a shame of a way to lose for City, the game was insanely tight but the rule are the rule and Spurs did amazing to score 3 away without Kane. I'm hyped for the semi now! :D

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@DarthFooty Yep, Gundogan I think was the one who intercepted Eriksen backpass and it was redirected in Aguero path, however, he was just offside. Tough luck for City.

@Ramaboy10 For sure, it was one heck of an amazing game and tbh, I missed the first 12 minute of it where they scored 4 goal and I still think it was one of the best game I saw at this level of the CL.

Pretty sure there is gonna be a lots of talk from about the VAR from both team manager and players. Still, what an amazing game!

@DarthFooty Yep, Gundogan I think was the one who intercepted Eriksen backpass and it was redirected in Aguero path, however, he was just offside. Tough luck for City.

@Ramaboy10 For sure, it was one heck of an amazing game and tbh, I missed the first 12 minute of it where they scored 4 goal and I still think it was one of the best game I saw at this level of the CL.

Pretty sure there is gonna be a lots of talk from about the VAR from both team manager and players. Still, what an amazing game!

But seriously, I think one thing we have to concede about City was that their fans really answered present in that game. Especially in the first half, was an amazing atmosphere, very no doubt for Spurs to play in there.

Dynastian98 3 months ago
Real Madrid 482 7117

Wild game, but so happy Spurs have beaten City. Take in one of Ajax or Tottenham will be in the UCL final. This tournament has been one for the underdogs this year.

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Emobot7 3 months ago
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@Dynastian Agreed, so many amazing story and game going on this year. United beating PSG, Ajax beating Juventus and Spurs beating City now! Wow, just wow! :D

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Ledley 3 months ago
Celtic, Australia 29 1018

One of those games where you will think where. were. you. when you when Spurs played Man City at the Etihad. Go andwatch the replay of this game if you missed it.

Oh and dont forget, they are playing eachother in a couple days again THIS WEEKEND at the SAME GROUND for cities title race. Jesus #Blessed.

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NovaRuk 3 months ago
Real Madrid/Barcelona, Malaysia 17 734

Well sorry for Spurs fan but Son won't be playing in the 1st leg. Ajax has got one step closer to the final

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quikzyyy 3 months ago
Arsenal 407 7700

that ajax team in the final would be a dream

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Ledley 3 months ago
Celtic, Australia 29 1018

that ajax team in the final would be a dream

I have already simulated this scenario on Fifa 19 using h2h online seasons :p. it is very satisfying.

The only thing I would have to look up is if even a deflection rules you offside. It was eriksen who passed the ball back but it deflected on Silva. I'm assuming the rule says that's offside since it was corrected pretty, if VAR got that wrong then it would be insane.

I think there was another pass in between Raimondo after Eriksen gets tackled. The pass to Aguero If that is what you are talking bout.

Btw, has the Guardiola myth been busted now? Three seasons at City and millions of dollars spent and can't get past the Quarters.

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raimondo90 3 months ago
Valencia, Argentina 89 2485

@Ledley I was sure it was a deflection but regardless upon reading the law it's offside anyways.

I can't really blame Pep on this one. This is 100% on Laporte. Much like how United had 2 fuck ups by Young.

Also hard to win UCL last 3 years when Real has been unstoppable until this season. Real and Barca has shared the spoils of ever UCL for a while now. So pretty much every other coach has failed regardless of the team. But yes, remains to be seen if Pep will ever manage another UCL trophy.

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iHEARTfootball 3 months ago
Manchester United 35 773

that was seriously a good match. I'm so glad Spurs won it, they totally deserve it. Next game against City will be awkward..lol

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tiki_taka 3 months ago
Barcelona, France 353 9459

City got only themselves to blame, cheap goals conceded. Anyway we all knew they were error prone and would have been kicked out sooner or later.

My 2 favorites from the start : Barca and Liverpool.

Tactically, Poch lost because Son individual skills saved Spurs while City were dominating the battle. The 4-4-2 imo wasn’t working and Spurs played better after Llorente entry...

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Ledley 3 months ago
Celtic, Australia 29 1018

Son individual skills saved Spurs while City were dominating the battle.

@Tiki Son is the second most dangerous man in Korea 🤣🤣

Btw.. what did you guys think of Llorentes VAR goal. Handball or fair call?

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tuan_jinn 3 months ago
Manchester United, Netherlands 185 6466

It was a handball, touched that and the hip, the VAR image director didn't give the ref the clear view, and repeatedly in 1 angle (we saw that during the match)... which I thought was pretty stupid.

Other than that, it was great referring.

It was an incredible game, I have to congratz both teams and especially Spur

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Emobot7 3 months ago
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Son is the second most dangerous man in Korea

Wonder if he'll be hailed as a Spurs legend when he will retire? I really think he will for what he did in the last two season at least.

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