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Failure doellijntechnologie leads to a disbelief in Sheffield: ‘This is unprecedented’

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Failure doellijntechnologie leads to a disbelief in Sheffield: ‘This is unprecedented’

18 June 2020, 07:56 am
18-06-20 07:56 am
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Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder does not understand it at all, none of that, his team on Wednesday, no goal is awarded against Aston Villa. For a moment, just before half-time looked like the ball clearly over the goal line, but failing doellijntechnologie was the one not given.

In a free-kick, the ball was caught by Aston Villa’s goalkeeper Ørjan Nyland, who then used Keinan Davis, the purpose was to hit and run. It was, however, not be detected by the Hawk-Eye system, which allowed the referee not to notice his watch was. The roman decided not to take action.

“The goalie was almost in the stands behind the goal, when the ball had been. A total of seven cameras that have not been recorded in the technological competition in the world,” said Wilder.