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Bundesliga 2018/19 - Matchday 2 - 31st August - 2nd September, 2018


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FRIDAY, AUGUST 31
Hannover 96 vs Borussia Dortmund

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
Hoffenheim vs Freiburg
Bayer Leverkusen vs Wolfsburg
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Werder Bremen
Augsburg vs Borussia Monchengladbach
Nurnberg vs Mainz 05
Stuttgart vs Bayern Munich

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2
RB Leipzig vs Fortuna Dusseldorf
Schalke vs Hertha Berlin

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Very sad to see a BVB performance like that.  There must be a virus around as the BVB coach seems to have caught Tedescoitis - brain dead and unable to accept his selections were wrong an left it too late to change as it would make him seem weak and ineffective. BVB has not surrendered to crass like that for years and the Munchkins would have loved that!

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12 hours ago, Devil-Dick Willie said:

Fucking shithouse. Seconds away from being held 1-1 by a 10 man pile of shit. Augustinson what the fuck you fucking shitcunt. I told you he's not worth the oxygen he breathes and now he's killed Pavlenka and almost cost us the 3 points.

This made me laugh xD 

No worries though - he's been discharged from hospital already, will be rested for a week (no training or international football) and is still questionable for the Nürnberg match, but he won't be out for a long time!

Augustinsson had a bad match, don't get the hate otherwise though xD 

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Note which inexperienced child was beaten easily on the right side for the attack to produce the goal - the Tedesco answer to Goretzka/Meyer space and where is the service to the front coming from - Konoplyanka is trying but almost as a soloist with no backing group!   nudge's comment deserves the xD. This awful bordering on pathetic, but it is what was expected 

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Game over!  Sad to hear the BT commentators asking what has happened to the team that finished 2nd last season.  Totally unaware that Tedesco and the Muppets upstairs have decimated last year's team and this lot is only a shadow of what he inherited.  My fear for both league and CL looks like being realised and it is already too late to sort it as the window is closed and we are stuck with this rubbish!  Julien was in the crowd and must have been gobsmacked by what he saw!

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1 hour ago, SchalkeUK said:

Game over!  Sad to hear the BT commentators asking what has happened to the team that finished 2nd last season.  Totally unaware that Tedesco and the Muppets upstairs have decimated last year's team and this lot is only a shadow of what he inherited.  My fear for both league and CL looks like being realised and it is already too late to sort it as the window is closed and we are stuck with this rubbish!  Julien was in the crowd and must have been gobsmacked by what he saw!

Respect. Your analysis one season ago was spot on, almost prophetical.

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If one accepts that VAR is there to assist the Officials when things happen our of their line of sight then there is no fault with the Official and VAR can be used to correct errors which many of the crowd and TV has seen.  In this case the contact with ball and hand occurred before Naldo's intervention with his head and, as such, was a correct decision.

As long as it is restricted to this sort of thing then it should be fine and OK to accept its use. There were other incidents - at least four errors of wrong 'last man' to touch the ball before it went over the goal line - but these are not scoreline changing events and I would hate to see the game stopping every time the ref is unsighted or the Assistant gets it wrong.  Only when Robots take over with the whistle will that be possibly stopped - but please save us from that!:dash3:

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Sorry for the delay in answering - another funeral today!!

Had Naldo scored I think it would have been allowed to stand as VAR would not have been called upon.  It could be argued that the slight diversion of the cross affected his final contact and he missed so use VAR to prove the interception.  In the event the penalty was so badly taken that both sides of the VAR argument were somewhat satisfied. The girls from Tic Tac Toe have two words for it all!:censored:

 

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