Salah is out of sorts and ‘Fab Three’ aren’t firing for long-ball Liverpool – Warnock


Tottenham vs Chelsea: TV channel, live stream, squad news & preview


Mane sends out warning shot to 'excellent' Mbappe & PSG


The inside story of Suarez's stem cell treatment at Barcelona & why it's so controversial


Supporter arrested after throwing banana on pitch following Aubameyang north London derby goal


Rudiger: No excuses, Chelsea deserved to be beaten by Tottenham


Alexis Sanchez doesn't suit Manchester United's style, says Winterburn


Mourinho passion backed by Ince as Scholes & Ferdinand told they 'don't know what it's like'


Pochettino 'so pleased' to see tired Tottenham help him to 100 Premier League wins


'Don't sack Mourinho!' – Liverpool fans call for under-fire Man Utd boss to stay during Anfield win

'No way' – Brazil handed questionable penalty against Australia

  • MEDIATORECONDOMINIALE
  • September 11, 2019
  • News
  • No Comments

The South Americans were gifted a ‘soft’ spot-kick in the opening 45 minutes against the Matildas

Australian fans and former players have questioned a penalty awarded to Brazil in the first-half of their Women’s World Cup clash against the Matildas. 

Brazilian attacker Santos went to ground in the 25th minute under pressure from Elise Kellond-Knight with VAR confirming the referee’s decision to award a spot-kick. 

Marta would make no mistake from the spot to put the South Americans ahead with former Socceroo Tim Cahill leading calls on social media that questioned the penalty being awarded. 

Click Here: pinko shop cheap

Just before Brazil’s penalty, the Matildas were denied one of their own on VAR review with a handball in build-up ensuring no spot-kick was given.

Things would only get worse for Australia in the first-half as Cristiane doubled Brazil’s lead in the 38th minute.

The Matildas would grab a goal back before the break via Caitlin Foord with their World Cup campaign hanging by a thread. 


Got Something To Say!

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

BACK TO TOP