Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Champions League 2017/18 - Referee Appointments - Matchday 5 (I)

These are the officials in charge of Tuesday's games of 2017/18 Champions League group stage MD5. Among others, French Clément Turpin will officiate the clash between Borussia Dortmund and Tottenham Hotspur in group H.



E| 21.11.2017, 18:00 CET
Otkrytie Arena, Moscow (RUS)
Spartak Moskva - NK Maribor
Referee: William Collum (SCO)
Assistant Referee 1: David McGeachie (SCO)
Assistant Referee 2: Francis Connor (SCO)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Robert Madden (SCO)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: John Beaton (SCO)
Fourth Official: Douglas Potter (SCO)
UEFA Referee Observer: Karen Nalbanyan (ARM)
UEFA Delegate: Kuanysh Kanapyanov (KAZ)

E| 21.11.2017, 20:45 CET
Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, Seville (ESP)
Sevilla FC - Liverpool FC
Referee: Felix Brych (GER)
Assistant Referee 1: Mark Borsch (GER)
Assistant Referee 2: Stefan Lupp (GER)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Bastian Dankert (GER)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Patrick Ittrich (GER)
Fourth Official: Jan Seidel (GER)
UEFA Referee Observer: Alexandru Deaconu (ROU)
UEFA Delegate: Steen Dahrup (DEN)

F| 21.11.2017, 20:45 CET
City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester (ENG)
Manchester City FC - Feyenoord
Referee: Ivan Kružliak (SVK)
Assistant Referee 1: Martin Balko (SVK)
Assistant Referee 2: Tomaš Somolani (SVK)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Peter Kralović (SVK)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Filip Glova (SVK)
Fourth Official: Roman Slyško (SVK)
UEFA Referee Observer: Juan Antonio Fernández Marín (ESP)
UEFA Delegate: Tormod Larsen (NOR)

F| 21.11.2017, 20:45 CET
Stadio San Paolo, Naples (ITA)
SSC Napoli - Shakhtar Donetsk
Referee: Damir Skomina (SVN)
Assistant Referee 1: Jure Praprotnik (SVN) 
Assistant Referee 2: Robert Vukan (SVN)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Matej Jug (SVN)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Slavko Vinčić (SVN)
Fourth Official: Tomaž Klančnik (SVN)
UEFA Referee Observer: Georgios Bikas (GRE)
UEFA Delegate: Markus Stenger (GER)

G| 21.11.2017, 20:45 CET
Stade Louis II, Monaco (MON)
AS Monaco - RB Leipzig
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco (ESP)
Assistant Referee 1: Roberto Alonso Fernández (ESP)
Assistant Referee 2: Juan Carlos Yuste Jiménez (ESP)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Juan Martínez Munuera (ESP)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: José María Sánchez Martínez (ESP)
Fourth Official: Raúl Cabañero Martínez (ESP)
UEFA Referee Observer: Fritz Stuchlik (AUT)
UEFA Delegate: Paolo Rondelli (SMR)

G| 21.11.2017, 18:00 CET
Vodafone Arena, Istanbul (TUR)
Beşiktaş J. K. - FC Porto
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz (ESP)
Assistant Referee 1: Pau Cebrián Devís (ESP)
Assistant Referee 2: Roberto Díaz Pérez Del Palomar (ESP)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Carlos Del Cerro Grande (ESP)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Alejandro José Hernández Hernández (ESP)
Fourth Official: Diego Barbero Sevilla (ESP)
UEFA Referee Observer: Bertrand Layec (FRA)
UEFA Delegate: Rudolphe Mannaerts (BEL)

H| 21.11.2017, 20:45 CET
Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund (GER)
Borussia Dortmund - Tottenham Hotspur
Referee: Clément Turpin (FRA)
Assistant Referee 1: Nicolas Danos (FRA)
Assistant Referee 2: Cyril Gringore (FRA)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Ruddy Buquet (FRA)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Nicolas Rainville (FRA)
Fourth Official: Hicham Zakrani (FRA)
UEFA Referee Observer: Jaap Uilenberg (NED)
UEFA Delegate: Dag Steinar Vestlund (NOR)

H| 21.11.2017, 20:45 CET
GSP, Nicosia (CYP)
APOEL - Real Madrid CF
Referee: Artur Dias (POR)
Assistant Referee 1: Rui Tavares (POR)
Assistant Referee 2: Paulo Soares (POR)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Tiago Martins (POR)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: João Pinheiro (POR)
Fourth Official: Bruno Rodrigues (POR)
UEFA Referee Observer: Frank De Bleeckere (BEL)
UEFA Delegate: Dennis Cruise (IRL)

70 comments:

  1. Considering observers, most important for: Turpin-Uilenberg, Dias- De Bleeckere, Kruzliak-Fernandez Marin.

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    1. Other names: Collum-Nalbanyan, Brych-Deaconu, Skomina-Bikas, Lahoz-Layec, Undiano-Stuchlik

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    2. Could you post again the "categories" of the observers at some point, please? It was very useful in the 3rd team at the time.

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    3. Yes, it is indeed planned. Hopefully I will manage that. To add, on next weeks you will find again some things we had on the previous blog. :) I just ask for some patience at moment...

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    4. Yes, of course, and thank you very much for all the info!

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  2. Good appointment again for Kruzliak. Not a match of great importance, but certainly with big names. Good match for him.

    It seems as if Turpin has gained much trust, which he deserves after many good matches. Great appointment for him.

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  3. Some considerations reading the appointment: not a good group stage this season for Collum, I watched him in the first match (Napoli - Feyenoord) and he was below expected level. This assignment is in a way the confirmation (a team plays at home against an opponent who is already out from the competition), hopefully he will recover again for KO stage. In the other game of the group, with Liverpool and Sevilla qualified at moment, Felix Brych will officiate another top clash in his international career. Given that Spartak should win against Maribor, the loser in this game could be in trouble then for qualification.
    Very good that Kružliak got immediately a second game after his debut, the match absolutely allows it.
    In the same group Skomina has again a very important game, this time crucial for qualification, even though not a top clash on paper. Just to add: in recent times the Slovenian has officiated only Italian teams, that's a particular coincidence. He already handled Napoli in play off, then Juventus and Roma in group stage, and now again Napoli. Overall a very good moment for him and he is still ensuring excellent performances.
    Group G is still open to any outcome, and the committee has decided for Spanish assignments. Porto in Turkey should win to ensure the second place, Mateu Lahoz will be there.
    Monaco - Leipzig is something like a last call for both teams if Porto will lose in Istanbul. A very important game for Undiano.
    In group H with Tottenham already qualified, the game in Dortmund is of course crucial for Borussia, Turpin will be there. It can be considered as top clash as well, and so the French got in my opinion a good assignment.
    For tomorrow I expect Marciniak in Juventus - Barcelona.
    Second option would be Atletico - Roma, I think.
    Chance for one of these game for Karasev and Hategan as well.

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    1. My prediction for Juventus v Barcelona is Milorad Mazic and for Atlético Madrid v Roma is Szymon Marciniak

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    2. I share your opinion Soham.

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    3. Marciniak was in charge of Juve v Barca in the last season's KO stage. Do you think it matters?

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    4. Indeed, to be honest, I had forgotten that appointment, so we will see the Polish surely on MD6.

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  4. OT :

    Can someone please provide some information on what the big controversies are that are going on in Hungary in connection to Viktor Kassai?? I'm hearing that he's domestically facing lots of problems (politics ?) and there are certain about Hungary's FIFA list submitted this year... Can someone who knows about it please clarify??

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    1. I from Hungary, but dint hear it. What i can to say: he had 5 Hungarian I. division match after 16 round. His matches was with low level teams. The hungarian media more times said that Kassai is: arrogant with the players. So something is not good with Kassai and now after that he will be not in Russia, i can imagine what did you written. We will see it.

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    2. I think he can as well retire now?? He has nothing more to achieve in his career... He doesn't have any other major tournament left where he participate and neither is he getting big matches in Hungary or in Europe... He should probably leave it for the next Hungarian now?? Similar explanation might be valid for Eriksson??

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    3. Thinking back at 2010 and 2011, I'm really sorry for Kassai. We can say again that very likely he got too much too early in his international career and then after that he lost all motivations. That's very sad. In addition, he had injures and problems with some assistant referees at his side. His career is now close to an end, at least on international level, but I hope he can achieve still something before leaving the list.

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    4. Yes maybe a big UCL QF or SF appointment or something like that would be a good farewell... But on current form that's difficult... Otherwise based on current picture his international career has kind of come to a very sad end :(

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    5. Agreed definitely with Chefren, also the same speech for Velasco, and many others on a lesser scale. Finals in 2011 was the last year of Cornu IIRC, at least before Collina?
      Against this background, Turpin DESERVEDLY attending WC (okay, as reserve referee but still) is to his merit.

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  5. OT:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgaFJ-k3YBU

    1:47,penalty given by Bebek,too soft call?

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    1. Very, very soft call and ... penalty kick not to be retaken? Please refer to min. 2'26'' on the timer. Red #7 is not more than 5m away from the blue player at the time he kicks the penalty.
      But, too soft call from Bebek.

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  6. UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE PATH - MATCHDAY 5

    21 November 2017

    Group E | 12:00 CET, Moscow
    FC Spartak Moskva - NK Maribor
    Referee: Aleksandrs Anufrijevs (Latvia)
    Assistant Referee 1: Romāns Platonovs (Latvia)
    Assistant Referee 2: Valdis Koritko (Latvia)
    Fourth Official: Anastasiya Pustovoytova (Russia)
    UEFA Referee Observer: Aleksey Spirin (Russia)
    UEFA Delegate: Michális Mítas (Cyprus)

    Group E | 16:00 CET, Seville
    Sevilla FC - Liverpool FC
    Referee: François Letexier (France)
    Assistant Referee 1: Cyril Mugnier (France)
    Assistant Referee 2: Mehdi Rahmouni (France)
    Fourth Official: Jorge Figueroa Vázquez (Spain)
    UEFA Referee Observer: Manuel López Fernández (Spain)
    UEFA Delegate: Tammo Beishuizen (Netherlands)

    Group F | 14:00 CET, Frattamaggiore
    SSC Napoli - FC Shakhtar Donetsk
    Referee: Nikola Dabanović (Montenegro)
    Assistant Referee 1: Vladan Todorović (Montenegro)
    Assistant Referee 2: Nikola Vujović (Montenegro)
    Fourth Official: Luigi Nasca (Italy)
    UEFA Referee Observer: Matteo Simone Trefoloni (Italy)
    UEFA Delegate: Philippe Prud'hon (France)

    Group F | 15:45 CET, Manchester
    Manchester City FC - Feyenoord
    Referee: Kevin Clancy (Scotland)
    Assistant Referee 1: David Doig (Scotland)
    Assistant Referee 2: Andrew Kirkland (Scotland)
    Fourth Official: Thomas Nield (England)
    UEFA Referee Observer: David Malcolm (Northern Ireland)
    UEFA Delegate: Ariel Kenneth Scheiman (Israel)

    Group G | 12:00 CET, Istanbul
    Beşiktaş JK - FC Porto
    Referee: Əliyar Ağayev (Azerbaijan)
    Assistant Referee 1: Mübariz Haşımov (Azerbaijan)
    Assistant Referee 2: Akif Əmirəli (Azerbaijan)
    Fourth Official: Oğuzhan Uğurlu (Turkey)
    UEFA Referee Observer: Muharrem Zihni Aksoy (Turkey)
    UEFA Delegate: Volodymyr Heninson (Ukraine)

    Group G | 15:00 CET, La Turbie
    AS Monaco FC - RB Leipzig
    Referee: Trustin Farrugia-Cann (Malta)
    Assistant Referee 1: Duncan Sultana (Malta)
    Assistant Referee 2: Christopher Francalanza (Malta)
    Fourth Official: Faouzi Benchabane (France)
    UEFA Referee Observer: Marcel Vanelshocht (Belgium)
    UEFA Delegate: Graham Hover (England)

    Group H | 14:00 CET, Dortmund
    Borussia Dortmund - Tottenham Hotspur FC
    Referee: Sandro Schärer (Switzerland)
    Assistant Referee 1: Slađan Josipović (Switzerland)
    Assistant Referee 2: Bekim Zogaj (Switzerland)
    Fourth Official: Sven Waschitzki (Germany)
    UEFA Referee Observer: Robert Małek (Poland)
    UEFA Delegate: Raili Ellermaa (Estonia)

    Group H | 15:00 CET, Nicosia
    APOEL FC - Real Madrid CF
    Referee: Stávros Mántalos (Greece)
    Assistant Referee 1: Chasán Koúla (Greece)
    Assistant Referee 2: Vasíleios Kampoúris (Greece)
    Fourth Official: Timótheos Christofí (Cyprus)
    UEFA Referee Observer: Michális Argyroú (Cyprus)
    UEFA Delegate: Mohamed Taa (France)



    DOMESTIC CHAMPIONS PATH - ROUND OF 16 (SECOND LEGS)

    21 November 2017

    16:00 CET, Duivendracht
    AFC Ajax (NED) - Legia Warszawa (POL)
    Referee: Mykola Balakin (Ukraine)
    Assistant Referee 1: Viktor Matyash (Ukraine)
    Assistant Referee 2: Volodymyr Vysotsʹkyy (Ukraine)
    Fourth Official: Jochem Kamphuis (Netherlands)
    UEFA Referee Observer: Rien Koopman (Netherlands)
    UEFA Delegate: Ana Sofia da Costa Caetano (Portugal)

    17:00 CET, Nitra
    FC Nitra (SVK) - FC Šachcior Salihorsk (BLR)
    Referee: Edin Jakupović (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
    Assistant Referee 1: Goran Dujak (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
    Assistant Referee 2: Damir Lazić (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
    Fourth Official: Marek Mastiš (Slovakia)
    UEFA Referee Observer: Ján Fašung (Slovakia)
    UEFA Delegate: Vignir Már Þormóðsson (Iceland)

    18:00 CET, Grödig
    FC Red Bull Salzburg (AUT) - AC Sparta Praha (CZE)
    Referee: Mikhail Vilkov (Russia)
    Assistant Referee 1: Aleksey Lebedev (Russia)
    Assistant Referee 2: Aleksey Vorontsov (Russia)
    Fourth Official: Sebastian Gishamer (Austria)
    UEFA Referee Observer: Konrad Plautz (Austria)
    UEFA Delegate: Roy Cathcart (Northern Ireland)

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  7. CL: Atlético - Roma // Kuipers
    EL: Östersund - Zorya // Blom

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  8. Atletico Madrid - Roma: Kuipers (NED)

    Ostersunds-Zorya Luhansk: Blom (NED)

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  9. Easy first half for Mateu Lahoz. 3 YC, the first of them a bit soft, I think. The other two fully correct (SPA and reckless foul).

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  10. New FIFA referees from Norway are Rohit Saggi and Kristoffer Hagenes.

    Off the list goes Svein Erik Edvartsen, after several negative off-field incidents that are huge mess and way too complicated to talk about, and Martin Lundby, who wants to prioritize his business career. He is regarded as one of the biggest management talents in Norway and is an executive at one of Norway's largest companies, so his retirement is understandable. He was also never highly regarded as a referee either.

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    1. What's so wrong with Edvartsen?? Can you at least share some links??

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    2. From what I have read, he had a conflict with Terje Hauge, then he was accused of writing mails to other referees about this issue under a fictive name. Therefore, he was fired and hasn't handled an Eliteserien game since 6 November 2016. Edvartsen even sued NFF for ungrounded dismissal and false accusations.

      Apart from that, he is already 38 and there was no visible progress at UEFA stage.

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    3. @RayHD didn't he get a UYL Quarterfinal? But anyway I agree, no modern style and clearly not making friends in Norway... with the problems in Team Moen that are CLEARLY the fault of his Second Assistant, NFF seems to have big problems in refereeing.

      Is Nielsen a future hope?

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    4. RayHD sums it up pretty well. Edvartsen has sued the federation, demanding to be reinstated both in his civil occupation as an executive at the NFF office, and as a referee. He has also sued the director of public relations at NFF (his colleague) for making "defamatory" statements.

      First, Edvartsen had a conflict with Hauge, which was resolved, but shortly after that several referees went out in the media, one assistant even crying on TV, claiming Edvartsen had been harassing them both in person and on WhatsApp. Most of the referees went out and said they would not referee anymore if Edvartsen was reinstated. He was then suspended again, with an agreement that he would be back in 2018. He was also paid to make up for expenses lost for not refereeing.

      Then, about 40 E-mails emerged, all sent under a fake name to NFF and Norwegian media, that praised Edvartsen, while criticising and making accusations about Terje Hauge and other referees (also from before this case emerged!)

      Edvartsen was then dismissed from his civil job at NFF, and immediately sued to get his job back. It does not help that Edvartsen has a lawyer who is regarded as Norway's best, and also is his best friend. The tone has been extremely confrontational.

      Edvartsen has the support of several disgruntled referees, who actively support him. However, nobody has come out and claimed to have sent the e-mails in question, while a lot points towards Edvartsen at least having sent some of them (IP address has been pinged to the area around his house in the small city he lives in).

      The case will come before the Oslo City Court at the beginning of 2018, and it will be a high-profile case with massive media coverage.

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      Mikael: Moen's second assistant? If you mean Andås, he was replaced and dismissed last winter (and now is one of Edvartsen's main supporters...) The replacement, Lundberg, has not made any mistakes to my knowledge so far.

      Nilsen is probably the best hope we have. UEL debut on Thursday.

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    5. In Sweden there will be at least one change on the Fifa-list. It’s not confirmed who’s going to quit( probably Johannesson) but the new referee Karlsson is a good referee who’s not afraid of taking game changing decisions(correct ones).

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    6. What I mean was, clearly Åndus clearly wasn't the problem in Team Moen, and I more than sympathise with him to support Edvartson, as wrong as his case might be (it seems?). Ironic that replacing Åndas was presumably to keep Moen in Elite. Sorry, that was a bit of British sarcasm about AR2 ;-)
      What an incredible situation, if you think the problems at DFB in Germany are big...

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    7. No, he’s not Bo Karlsson’s son, but Bo Karlsson has a son who this year became one of the 22 top division referees in Sweden, but he’s 44 years old so he will not advance any more

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  11. Good performance by Mateu Lahoz and his team in an easy match. As usual, great player management.

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    1. Excellent management, full control. I'm sure he is able to control every game. Some soft free kicks I sometimes couldn't have agreed with but it's a minor thing and he's surely a future final(s) referee. I love his style!

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  12. Any info abut Collum? Unexpected outcome of the game there...

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    1. I watched second half and it was easy match. Couple of YCs, no controversial decisions, full control of the match. All in all pretty match for him

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  13. 35' - DORTMUND-TOTTENHAM
    Potential violent conduct by Aubameyang right in front of AAR1 Buquet?

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    1. I forgot to mention: very good ONSIDE call by AR1 prior to the 1-0 for Dortmund.

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  14. Expected level first half for Skomina: full control no issues. One YC for reckless tackle (25'), it was absolutely correct.
    I liked when he whistled an indirect free kick for dangerous play in the midfield, this is nowadays very rare to see.
    Faultless performance by both assistant referees, especially AR1, who was very often challenged.

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  15. Some key match incidents to judge for Mr. Kružliak in the Man. City - Feyenoord game. He is firm and has the game under full control even though the players are helping him by being interested in playing football. Very good performance by Martin Balko in the first half - some very good onsides and tight offsides correctly judged.

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    1. In the second half there was no penalty shouts but instead six yellow cards were shown. All of them fully correct. Tomáš Somoláni with one mistake and some good onside calls. Overall an 8.4, maybe 8.5 performance (really faultless, very good application of the LoTG) if we judge all the three penalty shouts and one potential dogso incident as correctly rejected by the referee.

      Key match incidents from the first half:
      1) https://streamable.com/byasj
      2) https://streamable.com/o4dew
      3) https://streamable.com/tt888
      4) https://streamable.com/ev3bx

      Also good to see an indirect free kick for dangerous play while sliding in. Well done!
      https://streamable.com/qdgyt

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    2. I think we can back referee in all decisions.

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  16. Brych without problems in the first half, missing a YC to Mané (tactically it was awkward, but a clear YC) but still good performance.

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  17. Very big delay but Dankert told Brych he saw a penalty.
    Absolutely correct, good teamwork but not ideal presentation.

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  18. Impressive performance by Brych in an intensive second half, I really like his style in these atmospheres, he is the perfect man to send to these matches. Maybe we can talk about one or the other small mistake, but in bigger picture (Penalty, Control) convincing performance.

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  19. More challenging second half for Skomina, I think he did overall well.
    Correct YCs:
    77' for holding an opponent and stopping a quick counterattack
    78' potentially crucial incident, SPA at the edge of penalty area, attacker was fouled without being in control of the ball, the decision came with a bit of delay, maybe help by AR2 / AAR2
    85' reckless tackle by a player from Shakhtar, then Napoli's keeper went outside the box just to make complaints, and Skomina immediately booked him as well, great signal if you ask me

    There were some moments of tension in the last minutes of the game, but Skomina was able to manage the situation without particular issues.

    AR2 was very challenged, in 47' and 59' he reported offside but maybe players were onside, however he did at least other two correct and very important calls, furthermore position before 1-0 was correctly assessed, so I wouldn't penalize him too much, given the big work he had to do.

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  20. APOEL - Real Madrid: 90' Daniel Carvajal (RMA) is booked for time-wasting.
    Score: 0-6.
    It looks extremely weird...

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    1. It is weird,but he did it on purposely so he clears all of his cards.
      If you remember,that is what some Barca players did in recent years.
      Pique vs.Arsenal,Neymar and Rakitic vs. Celtic,Dani Alves vs.Roma,Atletico Madrid last year against Leverkusen when they were leading 2-4 and in 89 and 90 minute Torres,Luis and Gabi got booked on purpose.
      There is even Real Madrid example in 2010 against Ajax and they were fined by Uefa for doing that.

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    2. So, UEFA should punish the player.

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    3. Every amateur footballer is more intelligent and doesn't do it that obvious.

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  21. Average Undiano today,he managed Poulsen(RB' player) altercations with other Monaco players badly,3-4 times there was some incident with him and mainly Glik,so he could have booked both players and that would be that with those two.
    But he choose lenient way so at the end game got little bit dirty with Poulsen elbowing Monaco player and then Jorge made a brutal tackle on Poulsen.
    Luckily no one got injured,but I wish Mallenco managed that situation beter.

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  22. Some of the most interesting situations in the Borussia Dortmund vs. Tottenham Hotspur game (Clément Turpin, FRA), including the situations mentioned by Stake (onside before goal TOT and possible violent conduct Aubameyang).

    31' Goal TOT; onside decision
    https://streamable.com/4255p

    35' Violent conduct/unsporting behaviour Aubameyang
    https://streamable.com/bbbse

    52' YC Schmelzer (BOR); tackle
    https://streamable.com/yvqjk

    90+6' YC Toljan (BOR); SPA
    https://streamable.com/wcll5

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    1. The problem in the Aubameyang vs Sánchez duel is the division of responsibilities. Mr. Buquet doesn't know whether he should follow the player controlling the ball (he should've been followed by AR) or the pair behind him. You can see it on the screenshots below:
      https://pasteboard.co/GUK9Fj1.png
      https://pasteboard.co/GUK8FKS.png
      https://pasteboard.co/GUK9b7J.png

      To be honest, Mr. Turpin's sprint wasn't the best in this situation and anticipating the action a second earlier would have helped him gaining a better position.

      Of course, it should've been a red card taking into account the new passage in the LoTG.

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    2. Very good analysis, RayHD. Indeed, the "problem" for Buquet is that he looks at the ball and he misses the incident, then he has a feeling that something has happened, but it is too late. I think we can't blame him too much, because in such situation it is of course important to keep eyes on the ball as first thing.
      At the same time, impossible for Turpin, who was too far away.

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    3. @DutchRef the last video seems to have some problems, it is reported "still in process", but many hours have passed...

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    4. Ah, good point. I copied the link while the video was still in process. Obviously that doesn't work in Streamable.

      Here's the correct link:
      https://streamable.com/mlcvo

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  23. Find the links to the most important refereeing decisions of Tuesday's UCL matches below. The moments were gathered thanks to all the readers who mentioned the particular moments in yesterday's thread.


    APOEL-Real Madrid (Artur Soares Dias, POR)
    90' YC Carvajal (RMA); (deliberate) time wasting
    https://streamable.com/rbi1r


    AS Monaco-RB Leipzig (Alberto Undiano Mallenco, ESP)
    30' Penalty LEI
    https://streamable.com/nenqf

    43' Goal MON; onside decision ASR2
    https://streamable.com/hxu3g

    84' YC Poulsen (LEI); jumping into opponent
    https://streamable.com/9y00s

    85' YC Jorge (MON); tackle
    https://streamable.com/wy2n8


    Napoli-Shakhtar Donetsk (Damir Skomina, SLO)
    25' YC Maggio (NAP); tackle
    https://streamable.com/chs49

    47' Offside decision ASR2
    https://streamable.com/uh7ln

    56' Onside decision before goal NAP
    https://streamable.com/ep8tn

    59' Offside decision ASR2
    https://streamable.com/0r72n

    77' YC Chiriches (NAP); holding
    https://streamable.com/0crha

    78' YC Ismaily (SHA); holding
    https://streamable.com/osl0r

    85' YC Ferreyra (SHA) - tackle; YC Reina (NAP) - mobbing
    https://streamable.com/41aoe


    Sevilla-Liverpool (Felix Brych, GER)
    41' Warning Mané (LIV)
    https://streamable.com/u3px3

    59' Penalty SEV; tripping
    https://streamable.com/6296y

    60' Penalty to be retaken
    https://streamable.com/chw0n

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  24. Find the links to the most important refereeing decisions of Tuesday's UCL matches below. The moments were gathered thanks to all the readers who mentioned the particular moments in yesterday's thread.


    APOEL-Real Madrid (Artur Soares Dias, POR)
    90' YC Carvajal (RMA); (deliberate) time wasting
    https://streamable.com/rbi1r


    AS Monaco-RB Leipzig (Alberto Undiano Mallenco, ESP)
    30' Penalty LEI
    https://streamable.com/nenqf

    43' Goal MON; onside decision ASR2
    https://streamable.com/hxu3g

    84' YC Poulsen (LEI); jumping into opponent
    https://streamable.com/9y00s

    85' YC Jorge (MON); tackle
    https://streamable.com/wy2n8

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    1. Napoli-Shakhtar Donetsk (Damir Skomina, SLO)
      25' YC Maggio (NAP); tackle
      https://streamable.com/chs49

      47' Offside decision ASR2
      https://streamable.com/uh7ln

      56' Onside decision before goal NAP
      https://streamable.com/ep8tn

      59' Offside decision ASR2
      https://streamable.com/0r72n

      77' YC Chiriches (NAP); holding
      https://streamable.com/0crha

      78' YC Ismaily (SHA); holding
      https://streamable.com/osl0r

      85' YC Ferreyra (SHA) - tackle; YC Reina (NAP) - mobbing
      https://streamable.com/41aoe

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    2. Sevilla-Liverpool (Felix Brych, GER)
      41' Warning Mané (LIV)
      https://streamable.com/u3px3

      59' Penalty SEV; tripping
      https://streamable.com/6296y

      60' Penalty to be retaken
      https://streamable.com/chw0n

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    3. Zu Sevilla-Liverpool. Alle 3 richtig. Gelb noch in Ordnung

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  25. Hahahahahah English ref !!!!!!! DAMN

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  26. Hahahahahah English ref !!!!!!! DAMN

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