Marcus Rashford OFFSIDE BEFORE Bruno Fernandes GOAL vs Manchester City vs Manchester United

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  1. Rashford was not blocking nor barring any defender from reaching the ball, he didn't block the vision or direct view of the keeper given the fact that the ball was between the himself and the keeper, also he did not touch the ball in no way possible, Bruno was clearly onside and scored, according to the rule of the sport, it's a clear and legitimate goal, but you city fans and Manchester United haters want the rule to be mended to favor City, not happening.

  2. I am from hongkong, how can I explain to my girlfriend the reference do😅? Is it the reference take part in gambling?

    The rules no.3 ,attempt to the ball, affect the opponent is offside

  3. It's fixed game. So reffs hv no choice to give the goal. In soccer, many fixed game. When betting involved in sport. This will happens

  4. 100% goal. People don’t understand the recently changed offside rule. It’s only valid interference if….
    A: Rashford touched the ball or B: clearly interfered with an opposition player. He does neither.
    So don’t blame United. Either blame the offside rule, or blame the defense for not being more decisive when both Rashford and Fernandes are storming towards the goal,

  5. The world cup has a few offside like this.

    Goal not given at all.

    BOTH against Morocco !

    If Rashford did not want to interfere with play, he should immediately stop chasing the ball. But he continued chasing the ball till the last minute

  6. 2. Offside offence

    A player in an offside position at the moment the ball is played or touched* by a team-mate is only penalised on becoming involved in active play by:

    interfering with play by playing or touching a ball passed or touched by a team-mate or
    interfering with an opponent by:
    preventing an opponent from playing or being able to play the ball by clearly 𝙤𝙗𝙨𝙩𝙧𝙪𝙘𝙩𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙤𝙥𝙥𝙤𝙣𝙚𝙣𝙩’𝙨 𝙡𝙞𝙣𝙚 𝙤𝙛 𝙫𝙞𝙨𝙞𝙤𝙣.

  7. Hey, kidd. I think you all lack of updates. Premier league has changed their rules about offside, many years ago. In the past, bruno's goal would be offside. But in this new rules, only players that touch the ball, will be considered as offside (no others movements affected). And, as you can see, rashford did not touch the ball. So, it was onside, because bruno is not in offside position. Is it clear, stupid morons? Chuakzzz 😎

  8. Not offside at all. It's akanji's fault kind of.. He gave up thinking it would be off but rashford was smart to not touch it. Smart goal.

  9. Rashford interfered with play, he even attempted to shoot before Fernandez got there. Akanji was blocked by Rashford and any person with average intelligence should ask themselves why linesmen always raise their flag when a player in an offside position runs towards the ball even before they touch it?… Only an imbeci1e would justify that decision, Even Michael Owen was honest enough to accept that the goal shouldn't have stood.

  10. The people saying that the goal is clean are either man utd fans or don't understand the rules.
    The ball was played towards Rashford and he was clearly offside. Hell, he even scored an offside goal against Charlton last week.

    English refs keep their old reputation of being the absolute worst refs in Europe.

  11. Definitely not offside. Watch the replay, Akanji and kyle were at least 2 meters away behind the ball/Rashford. They couldn't reach the ball even if they made a sliding tackle. Don't you think Akanji would have tackled Rashford for the ball if he could? He couldn't reach the ball because he was too far behind the ball and Bruno got to the ball first. As for interfering with the GK, their position is so far away outside the penalty box and the GK had a clear view of the ball and a clear view who was playing the ball.

  12. Rashford and Bruno 2 player running on the same direction.. But rashford know he can be in offside position.. So he didn't touch the ball bcause he saw bruno was running from the onside position.. So its not offside.. He trick man city defender.. and also Rashford didn't block any player..

  13. By running towards the ball and even attempting to play, Rashford showed intend towards the ball therefore influencing the decisions if the opponents. It is OFFSIDE.

  14. To allow that goal is criminal. Rashford even fakes a shot in the process. Ederson and the defenders are focused on Rashford. There is no explaining claiming this goal should stand. The Premier League found the only two refs, plus Michael Oliver on VAR, who would allow this to stand. The call was a major turning point and definitely affected the intent of play minutes after. It was shit.

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