It was a match the place two nice groups have been attempting to win the match, however a lot of the speak after the Liverpool vs Arsenal match revolved round a attainable Martin Odegaard handball.
Michael Owen mentioned about Premier League Productions: “I assumed it was a penalty.
‘I assumed the hand went to the ball. I believe Mo Salah turned it round and was about to run at it and Odegaard, he stops it along with his hand and it appears prefer it’s, I would not say intentionally, however I imply he does transfer his hand in direction of the ball and stops him, so I imply, I assume that is a punishment.
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It is laborious to grasp why VAR did not take a look at that incident and assume we needs to be given a penalty, however the confusion across the guidelines is so nice that nobody is even certain what the appropriate resolution needs to be.
Let’s hope that, in a recreation with shut margins and one which had such necessary implications for the title race, this does not change into a cause why we have not achieved any silverware this season.
You’ll be able to watch Owen’s commentary (from 13:07) courtesy of Premier League Productions (through Gooner’s Galaxy on YouTube):
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