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Or Judas-is-Karius ? :scared: :scared: :D :D :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2018 9:54 pm 
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Yes it was ridiculous. He moved his foot to direct the ball

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...a well executed over head kick, and on target, will always beat a goalie.
Had to do with a combination of misdirection and psychology effect on the goalie that it won't go in, reason why they hardly dive or attempt to.


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PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2018 10:12 pm 
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Yes it was ridiculous. He moved his foot to direct the ball




Honestly, the GK never got over the first Fluke of a goal that he gave away

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PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2018 11:52 pm 
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Yes it was ridiculous. He moved his foot to direct the ball

Honestly, the GK never got over the first Fluke of a goal that he gave away

Regardless of that first give away, no goalie would have saved it. It was totally unexpected and it would be unfair to blame Karius for it.

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PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2018 1:41 am 
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3 goalies no fit catch that one

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The real deal wrote:
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Yes it was ridiculous. He moved his foot to direct the ball




Honestly, the GK never got over the first Fluke of a goal that he gave away



Or he never got over Sergio Ramos hitting him in the head right before that


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we all have seen better kicks; i would rate this one about average

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jette1 wrote:
we all have seen better kicks; i would rate this one about average

:rotf: I don't know what you've been watching but I don't see that every week especially in a Champions League final but anyway.......

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Eaglezbeak wrote:
jette1 wrote:
we all have seen better kicks; i would rate this one about average

:rotf: I don't know what you've been watching but I don't see that every week especially in a Champions League final but anyway.......

Exactly, the occasion itself gave it leverage, usually people are cagey in a final, but that daring kick was risky yet effective...if he had missed it, we wont have talked much about it..goes to show how important it was at that time of the game, turned out to be the winning goal

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PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2018 11:23 pm 
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that goal was that good, painful as it is to admit. a special goal, in the most important match.


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Mboma vs France was better.

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F360 wrote:
The real deal wrote:
YUJAM wrote:
Yes it was ridiculous. He moved his foot to direct the ball




Honestly, the GK never got over the first Fluke of a goal that he gave away



Or he never got over Sergio Ramos hitting him in the head right before that


Ramos and RM are experts at the dark arts.
I'm not against these shenanigans, but the officials should have prepared for, and spotted them.

As it were, the fans were robbed of a very good player which is never good for the game.

Karius should have stayed down and taken his time (I don't remember if he did).

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joplass wrote:
Mboma vs France was better.

What did Mboma win afterwards? :arrow:

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The real deal wrote:
Or Judas-is-Karius ? :scared: :scared: :D :D :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:



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Kabalega wrote:
F360 wrote:
The real deal wrote:
YUJAM wrote:
Yes it was ridiculous. He moved his foot to direct the ball




Honestly, the GK never got over the first Fluke of a goal that he gave away



Or he never got over Sergio Ramos hitting him in the head right before that


Ramos and RM are experts at the dark arts.
I'm not against these shenanigans, but the officials should have prepared for, and spotted them.

As it were, the fans were robbed of a very good player which is never good for the game.

Karius should have stayed down and taken his time (I don't remember if he did).
...that's why I think the guy will be a marked player by the refs at the world cup. Champions league final was big game watched by many, including referees around the world.


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@Mcal, they can watch Ramos all they like, that unseen will remain unseen. One does not reach the man in high castle, without knowing how to conceal a weapon. Field Marshall Ramos is one of the best to have ever donned the armoury and taken to the field. The dark arts will remain on exhibition in the deepest opacities, unseen to the naked eye and applauded in retrospect for their guile and brilliance.


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Kabalega wrote:
joplass wrote:
Mboma vs France was better.

What did Mboma win afterwards? :arrow:

We are talking about a goal or silverware?

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joplass wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
joplass wrote:
Mboma vs France was better.

What did Mboma win afterwards? :arrow:

We are talking about a goal or silverware?

Expressing yourself freely while under pressure.

Many players can make a bicycle kick better than Mboma's when they have nothing to lose.
But few would dare do what Bale did in a high profile cup final.

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@Mcal, they can watch Ramos all they like, that unseen will remain unseen. One does not reach the man in high castle, without knowing how to conceal a weapon. Field Marshall Ramos is one of the best to have ever donned the armoury and taken to the field. The dark arts will remain on exhibition in the deepest opacities, unseen to the naked eye and applauded in retrospect for their guile and brilliance.

I'm sure you will not be applauding any 'dark art' if it is applied to your team.
You can imagine what this sort of shenanigan adds to the spirit of sportsmanship.
Not complaining, just saying.

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mcal wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
F360 wrote:
The real deal wrote:
YUJAM wrote:
Yes it was ridiculous. He moved his foot to direct the ball




Honestly, the GK never got over the first Fluke of a goal that he gave away



Or he never got over Sergio Ramos hitting him in the head right before that


Ramos and RM are experts at the dark arts.
I'm not against these shenanigans, but the officials should have prepared for, and spotted them.

As it were, the fans were robbed of a very good player which is never good for the game.

Karius should have stayed down and taken his time (I don't remember if he did).
...that's why I think the guy will be a marked player by the refs at the world cup. Champions league final was big game watched by many, including referees around the world.

He should have been a marked guy at the UCL final.
So I'm not holding out hope for the more diverse WC officials to do so.

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F360 wrote:
Or he never got over Sergio Ramos hitting him in the head right before that


This is pure cheating. I can't wait to see Spain beaten and eliminated from the WC. The crowning of the cake will be to see Ramos red carded. :twisted:


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Kabalega wrote:
mcal wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
F360 wrote:
The real deal wrote:
YUJAM wrote:
Yes it was ridiculous. He moved his foot to direct the ball




Honestly, the GK never got over the first Fluke of a goal that he gave away



Or he never got over Sergio Ramos hitting him in the head right before that


Ramos and RM are experts at the dark arts.
I'm not against these shenanigans, but the officials should have prepared for, and spotted them.

As it were, the fans were robbed of a very good player which is never good for the game.

Karius should have stayed down and taken his time (I don't remember if he did).
...that's why I think the guy will be a marked player by the refs at the world cup. Champions league final was big game watched by many, including referees around the world.

He should have been a marked guy at the UCL final.
So I'm not holding out hope for the more diverse WC officials to do so.
...true, some refs are too carried away with other things, like other 21 players :biggrin:


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