Rizzoli believes that the referees mistakenly canceled one of Shakhtar’s goals in the match against Zorya

Rizzoli believes that the referees mistakenly canceled one of Shakhtar’s goals in the match against Zorya

The match ended in a draw 2:2

UAF Chief Arbitration Expert Nicola Rizzoli believes that the referees made a mistake in the second episode with a canceled goal Miner in the match of the 13th round of the UPL against Dawn (2:2). Rizzoli commented on both controversial episodes of the match.

Recall that Shakhtar had claims against the referee of this match, Katerina Monzul, who, in their opinion, did not count the two goals scored by the team. The VAR system was not used in this fight.

51 minutes. A goal abandoned due to an offside position.

“At the time of the flank pass to the penalty area, FC Shakhtar player No. 6 (Taras Stepanenko) is in a clear “offside” position and influences the actions of opponent No. 44 (Arseniy Batagov), contacts him, limiting his ability to fight for the ball. To consider this situation as deserving of punishment as correct.

55 minutes. A goal abandoned due to an offside position.

“The situation is very borderline – it is difficult to understand whether the player number 6 of FC Shakhtar (Stepanenko) is in an offside position or is on the line with the penultimate player. The recommendations provided by the UAF Referees Committee, as well as those from UEFA and FIFA, are very clear: “In case of doubt, keep the flag down.” Therefore, in a situation like this, the referee committee expects the assistant referee not to raise the flag.”

Shakhtar and Zorya did not reveal the winner in the 13th round of the UPL – 2:2. Wards of Igor Jovicevich remained in second place and could not close the gap of 5 points from Dnepr-1.

In the next round, Shakhtar and Dnipro-1 will play in a head-to-head match on November 19

Source: Sportarena

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