Must-See Own Goal: Real Sociedad

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18 Responses to Must-See Own Goal: Real Sociedad

  1. Ted Tran says:

    This and that no penalty call make this game seem very suspicious…

    • iggy says:

      High degree of difficulty to pull this off if planned. Much easier just to fall down and get burned for a goal

  2. Reg Chapman says:

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  3. Ives Galarcop says:

    The replays after the goal itself were completely useless. Like, almost intentionally so.

  4. Maykol says:

    Soccer 101 never kick to the center when you are defending

  5. Nic D "the TX 2 Stepper" says:

    that was BRUTAL. WOW. I’ve never seen anything like this before.

  6. Travis says:

    Not sure if anyone watched this but earlier a Sociedad player got a straight red for dissent, definitely not suspicious at all.

    • Ian says:

      and a clear penalty not called on Vela that could have ended in a red for Mascherano

      • Increase0 says:

        And the red happened right after the Pen wasn’t called.

        That’s why you fall over when someone touches you. You try to stay up and you don’t get anything called.

    • Nate Dollars says:

      spanish la liga takes dissent/disrespect toward referees very seriously, depending on what’s said. so unless we know exactly what he said, i don’t think you can say the red was that suspicious.

      • Increase0 says:

        Serious? They let players whine at them all the time. They almost never care.

        • Travis says:

          +1, I see the officials get berated every game with no consequence, its part of why I rarely watch the league.

        • Nate Dollars says:

          yes. like i said, “depending on what’s said”. seems that you can whine all you want, but for instance, accusations of biased targeting (a la cristiano ronaldo on sunday) will get you punished in a hurry.

      • Karl L says:

        He told the ref “ve a tomarla por el culo” or “go take it up the arse” or go eff yourself”

        • Increase0 says:

          I do admit. He didn’t argue much after seeing the card.

          But maybe they are polite when they whine normally. Or maybe he was closer to the ref than he thought he was.

      • AcidBurn says:

        I guess you’ve never watched a Barcelona game…its comical how they surround the ref when they don’t get a call they like. You see five, six players going up to whine to the ref.

        • Karl L says:

          Like he said”depending on what’s said”
          I don’t know how many times I’ve seen Rooney tell the referee to ” eff off” without consequences. In La Liga that’s a straight red card.

  7. AMPhibian says:

    video no longer available :(