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Wednesday 12th April - Dortmund 2-3 Monaco

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3 minutes ago, True Bender said:

Clearly offside. Can UEFA fuck up anymore?!

Clearly? My arse. That's a tough call. 

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Just now, Cicero said:

Clearly? My arse. That's a tough call. 

The distance wasn'T huge, but it was easy to spot, because there was no antiparallel movement.

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2 minutes ago, True Bender said:

The distance wasn'T huge, but it was easy to spot, because there was no antiparallel movement.

Think you have a future in officiating if these professional officials can't spot a marginally close call. 

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3 minutes ago, Cicero said:

Clearly? My arse. That's a tough call. 

think it was quite clear to be honest. 

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6 minutes ago, Cicero said:

Think you have a future in officiating if these professional officials can't spot a marginally close call. 

 

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7 minutes ago, Stan said:

think it was quite clear to be honest. 

 

2 minutes ago, True Bender said:

 

For the viewer not for the linesman. Split second they looked they were on, hence it being a tough call. Watch the replay. 

 

Own goal 0-2

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2 minutes ago, Cicero said:

 

For the viewer not for the linesman. Split second they looked they were on, hench it being a tough call. 

 

Own goal 0-2

It's the linesman's responsibility to be at the right spot, hence it being bad officiating.

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2 minutes ago, True Bender said:

It's the lineman's responsibility to be at the right spot, hence it being bad officiating.

It was bad officiating. But it wasn't as clear cut as you are making it out to be. If you look at the run of play during the cross you can see in milliseconds they were in line. We have the hindsight to criticise them for that. 

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Game over, Dortmund are not up for this what so ever which isnt surprising. 

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'Member when Tuchel didn't fuck around with this clearly dysfunctional 5-2-3 all the time and Dortmund were actually able to play for extended periods in the opponent's half?

I 'member.

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Stated this before but if Monaco manages to lock down their young players long term they could be a incredible side in the long run

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Winning anything requires some luck along the way, but I can see this particular Monaco side winning it and THAT would be good for football.  Over any side remaining in this tournament, they would really shake things up if they won the most prestigious prize in European football.

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Monaco outclassing Dortmund. Borussia hasn't got over that ass whooping Bayern gave them, but i expect the fans to blame the bombing. 

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1 minute ago, SirBalon said:

Winning anything requires some luck along the way, but I can see this particular Monaco side winning it and THAT would be good for football.  Over any side remaining in this tournament, they would really shake things up if they won the most prestigious prize in European football.

Would it be good though? Wasn't it pitiful how little people went to their CL final against Porto?

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2 minutes ago, ATL said:

Would it be good though? Wasn't it pitiful how little people went to their CL final against Porto?

I'm talking about football and not how many fans a particular club have mate.  Monaco for all the money they may have access to don't actually have any of the world's football stars and have found it difficult to attract and even maintain their highest profile players.  If they manage to win this, it would be great for European football...  Few real football fans care for Barça, Real, Bayern or a few of the other "super clubs" around.

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1 minute ago, SirBalon said:

I'm talking about football and not how many fans a particular club have mate.  Monaco for all the money they may have access to don't actually have any of the world's football stars and have found it difficult to attract and even maintain their highest profile players.  If they manage to win this, it would be great for European football...  Few real football fans care for Barça, Real, Bayern or a few of the other "super clubs" around.

Falcao has been a world star, but I see what you mean.

What this would prove to me, IMO, is that any billionaire can buy a club that has no fan base, and build them into a CL Champion. At least that is the impression I get.

Pusilic is coming on!!!!!!

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Dortmund Score!

That looked weird, but no flags.

2-1 Monaco still ahead.

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Orgasm'd that hard that I've posted in the wrong thread.

What a goal from the BVB.

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Just a matter of when Dortmund will get the 2nd. Been all over them 

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Yet another goal for Monaco through Kylian Mbappé. You could hear the ball hit the net. Very powerful drive from a deadly finisher.

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...I think this is probably it for Dortmund.

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