Semi-Final: Netherlands v England

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Yousif Arsenal

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Look like Saka hand the ball in Kane penalty accident Holland fans absolutely not happy with today referee. Var also not done their job in that accident because Saka hand ball changed direction of ball.

England won't care tho look like luck in thier side you need that to win trophy sometimes
 

Riou

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Never a handball lol, cry more Holland.

You lads went from Van Basten, Bergkamp to some bin man called Wout... don't deserve to be in a major final just for that, take your defeat like men and move on 👍
 

Yousif Arsenal

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Looking at the replay again, I've gone from half joking about Rice being fouled to mad it wasn't called. Gets his foot stepped on pretty clearly.

I think it's more 50/50 that rice usually win this time he lose it. Mistakes happened this likely his 1st mistake this season that lead to goal
 

HollandGooner

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Country: Netherlands

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Never a handball lol, cry more Holland.

You lads went from Van Basten, Bergkamp to some bin man called Wout... don't deserve to be in a major final just for that, take your defeat like men and move on 👍

I also do not understand that a lot of dutch fans are complaining about the penalty situation beside of that we got outplayed in the first half the difference in quality was a big gap and our defence kept us alive like they did the whole tournament.

Also Koeman is destroying this squad time for a change with all respect.
 

Kuroske

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I also do not understand that a lot of dutch fans are complaining about the penalty situation beside of that we got outplayed in the first half the difference in quality was a big gap and our defence kept us alive like they did the whole tournament.

Also Koeman is destroying this squad time for a change with all respect.

And it was never a penalty. I have never seen a referee give a penalty in those situation. But all is to blame Koeman. Incompetent and lucky. KNVB will not look at how his team played, but what he reached during the tournament. He completed the objective, and will stay for another 2 years.
 

Kuroske

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Netherlands trying to have it both ways. If we're saying the penalty shouldn't be called then you've got to chalk the opener off for the Rice foul.

Both are fine imo, but they fall in the same grey area.

The VAR was just looking an excuses to favor England. They look right after the goal of Xavi to see how they can disallow the goal. When it was not enough, they looked again on several angles to justify a penalty. They just wants to have Spain vs England to boost viewership.
 

Makingtrax

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The VAR was just looking an excuses to favor England. They look right after the goal of Xavi to see how they can disallow the goal. When it was not enough, they looked again on several angles to justify a penalty. They just wants to have Spain vs England to boost viewership.
Rubbish, 2 clear reasons that was a penalty all day long.
1 the defender made no attempt to clear the ball or kick through the ball
2 his studs were up and facing the attacker

You see that given as a foul week in, week out anywhere else on the pitch. VAR had no choice.

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