Premier League Merseyside derby injury stoppage time, Henderson's lore was sentenced by VAR for offside, and Liverpool won 3-2 and turned into a 2-2 draw.
After VAR cancelled Liverpool’s goal, Liverpool’s official Twitter post: Ha ha.
After the game, in the comment area of Liverpool’s official WeChat account, the club’s young boss LeBron James left a message and commented: Darkness covers the earth;
In an interview with China Sports Weekly the next day, Dutch midfielder Henderson said: England referees are the worst referees in the world I have ever seen. Manchester City has been taken care of, but they have been complaining...
The official social media accounts of Beijing Guoan and the statements made by the chairman have not been punished by the Chinese Football Association.
The above scenes are all imitations, if it happens, it is purely coincidental-of course, Liverpool have no guts to say this unless they don't mind the heavy penalties imposed by the Premier League.
As a result, the NBA immediately issued a $500,000 fine to Cuban. According to US media statistics, including the $500,000 fine, Cuban has been fined more than $3 million over the past 20 years, reaching 3.115 million. Dollar.
No rules, no standards. In the Premier League and the NBA, there is no way to prohibit Mourinho or Cuban from saying anything, but as long as there is a violation, the power of punishment is always in the hands of the disciplinary committee. It's okay if you want to be addicted, you have to pay a little price. If you don’t care about fines and bans, please continue to perform!
亚博平台网页登录 Guoan and Luneng confrontation, Luneng was also sentenced to a controversial penalty.
Objectively speaking, in the first stage of the league, Guoan took advantage of the referee's penalties in some matches, and also suffered in some matches. In terms of the number of misjudgments and the impact on the results, the biggest losses in the first stage of the league were The situation encountered by Shanghai Shenhua and Guoan is an ordinary situation in any league.
Under such circumstances, the Guoan Club’s judgment on referees from top to bottom is an unforgiving attitude. The dispute about referees that should have ended long ago continued to the club’s summary meeting after the first stage. What's more, even Vieira dared to speak out in an interview with the local media, claiming that Chinese referees are the worst in the world, and naming and criticizing SIPG receiving the most care.
Luneng players have also begun to question publicly regarding the controversial penalty.
Somewhat funny is that this year the Chinese Super League media must sign a letter of commitment before signing up for interviews: not to comment on the epidemic prevention policy on social media. But why did R&F’s foreign aid Saba make such irresponsible remarks in an interview with foreign media, but the Disciplinary Committee of the Chinese Football Association did not say anything?
Guoan is like Li Yunlong, Ding Wei and Kong Jie in the TV series Liangjian. During their studies in the military academy, because they were dissatisfied with the award and openly disrupted the normal teaching order, the administrator of the military academy immediately gave them a big stick. The grades were directly required to fail, which allowed the three to restore their due attitude.
Because of the inaction of the Chinese Football Association, after the match between Guoan and Luneng on the afternoon of the 17th, when the Luneng players who had encountered obvious controversial penalties believed that they had been wronged, they also collectively chose to "curse" on social media——
The national footballer Hao Junmin took the lead and wrote, "It would be too fun to play like this." Later, Wang Dalei, Jin Jingdao, Wang Tong, Song Long and Liu Junshuai all helped out. If Hao Junmin's words are still relatively covert, others The player obviously didn't care about that much and said some very harsh words.
Luneng players questioned the penalty.
Is the Luneng player wrong? Obviously they shouldn't make such remarks hastily. But compared to the previous top-to-bottom remarks of the Guoan Club, this is really insignificant.
If this continues, the Chinese Super League will become a stage of trash talk!