The handball was also good again. In Naples.
The attacker heads in front of a player who just can’t get to it. The defender still jumps backwards with everything he has to disrupt the attacker. Arms spread.
The attacker beheads the outstretched arms.
He almost catches the ball with it
The spokesman says: “The referee solves that diplomatically. He says the striker has braced himself anyway.”
Something for everyone, right?
Then it is “diplomatic”.
A bit like Solomon.
What was left for the striker?
You don’t get a penalty because you were fouled AND the opponent played a hand. Instead they get a free kick. It’s diplomatic, isn’t it?
Cruel elbow check after 10 minutes in Dresden. The man lay there covered in blood. Nothing, no penalty.
Who else is going to watch this? There is no one left. Really.
There are head injuries like this in almost every game now. I’ve paid more attention to it now. Because of course I also write about it.
They go into duels without consideration. There used to be less than a tenth of those injuries. severity and frequency.
The injured had to go down.
Is there anything fair about that?
No, it’s just a bunch of junk you see there. Requirement: result is the only thing that counts.
So if you manage to hurt an opponent and don’t get punished yourself, it’s kind of a jackpot.
Since you will be celebrated afterwards in the dressing room for. “Exercised the elbow unnoticed and flattened one. He bled like a pig!”
Now Sandhausen makes it 1-0. Immediately afterwards the speaker: “Not even that undeserved” And then he deduces why.
Always wait until a goal is scored and then become an expert by declaring it deserved. Class.
A total of 120 minutes of second division football — one goal. Isn’t that how fun watching football is?
But only nagging from the announcers and a bunch of interruptions and a few injuries.
But Sky landed the big fish: “Today is football. Aren’t you looking too?” “Of course!”
During the last fade-in to Dusseldorf, he just babbled for the whole three minutes about what you should expect from Dusseldorf and what they actually have to do, and that they talked about growing self-confidence and playing culture. You would also have seen a few ideas in the games before. That’s how three minutes of airtime is easily filled — with completely irrelevant, mean-spirited blah-blah. It’s 0-0 in the 33rd minute. How should it be?
Goal in Düsseldorf — “It became apparent in the last few minutes.”
In this context, look at the three minutes of chatter beforehand — and that was in the 33rd minute. The goal came in the 43rd. “Weak, Düsseldorf, no ideas, no goal situation, it doesn’t work out, you had to expect more blablabla”. 1: 0 “Had announced.” He’s not a bit ashamed either. Or that one could perhaps come up with the fact that this is just nonsense?
“St.Pauli had the chances, but Darmstadt were simply cleverer in the end.”
He’s always explaining to a Düsseldorfer what they’re doing wrong. You just build up patiently. “The pace is out again.” And so on. The attack creates a double chance. “That’s where it gets dangerous after all.”
It’s so embarrassing.
Very clear trader again for Heidenheim, not given of course (direct shot on goal, who would actually care about intention? The ball goes towards the goal, hand is on it — penalty, what else?) — 1:1 on the counter.
Chance of chance in Dusseldorf — no goal. I’m over
More than due (so the second goal). Only half a loss!
4:0 Sandhausen. “Maybe a goal too high.”
91 minutes in Düsseldorf: “I no longer really believe that Lautern will get anything here.”
2: 1 for Duisburg. “It wouldn’t be undeserved.”
So when the final whistle goes.
Six games in the third division, 60 minutes, two goals in total.
6*60 = 360 minutes. That would be four whole games, two goals. 0-0 twice, 1-0 twice. Crazy.
Goal for Dortmund. Comment: has announced itself.
I have under and Wolfsburg. 0:2 after 24.
Goal chance for Stuttgart: “The Berliners weren’t focused.”
Goal scream only with the only under.
1-0 for Hoffenheim, 84 minutes: “The lead is okay.”
Video evidence for the first time: Penalties were awarded – but withdrawn. Because supposedly outside!
Exactly what I always say: maybe started outside but fouled through to inside.
No, you can’t stand it.
I just watched, just two games. WAC – Admira and Schalke – Leipzig.
Schalke gets the penalty, ok. But then a purely defensive battle.
That’s how it’s played today.
Score a goal somehow, then all hands on the goal line.
WAC was outnumbered by two men.
There, too, all men stood in front of their own goal.
It took 41 minutes (11 against 9) to make it 1-0.
Worst all around: these endless “tight offside decisions”, which are all commented on afterwards “oh, that was close”. You could also let each one run.
Exactly the same with penalties: so many situations, mostly the handballs.
Lost again soon. Overlay in Kiel, score 0:1. “On the offensive so far advantages for the Fürth”. Shortly thereafter, the balance falls. The narrator “I somehow had the feeling that the equalizer would fall here.” Absurd, isn’t it? This impertinence and audacity to just say that now? How do you collect expert points?
Just now Kiel is attacking. This Schindler winds around his opponent and creates a shot on goal from about 15 meters, which just misses the box. The speaker: “Ducksch would have been blank on the left.”
Nothing, no recognition, he says it in a sentence, doesn’t even take a breath.
Incidentally, the announcer in Ingolstadt recognized the guests’ recipe for success. First a Regensburg player knocks over a striker, much earlier, then he says “Of course he tries to bring him down BEFORE the edge of the field – which he also succeeds in.” Then Regensburg makes it 1-0 and in the next overlay he explains : “Regensburg is doing well. They just foul when an Ingolstadt player wants to get into the penalty area – and the free kicks are useless.”
Great, is not it? Always scythe everyone, then it will be fine…
“They do it well…”
Just read at Erfurt: three penalties not given. I was over. But otherwise typical. And on top of that: a new referee. He introduces himself right away. Just don’t give a penalty – it will work then.
Even more absurd is the comment: Regensburg plays really well (despite the recognized tactic of fouling). Now they lead 3:2 and have a counterattack again. They just play it well. Ball claimed, put back several times, played, found a player again, waited patiently for the conclusion, which is really always difficult and very good if you can and do it. The narrator nags the whole time. “Takes too long” everything “too hesitant”. The shot comes — the goalkeeper just turns the ball around the corner. Can’t get any better, especially since you had the ball the whole time and managed to finish and get a corner. What else can you do to make him happy? What a stupid comment!
Not the faintest idea about the game — but just bitching all the time.
“Is Regensburg now playing the corner flag game? That’s how it is!” He smiles to himself. What a fantastic beautiful tactic. The “corner flag game”. You lead and attack the corner flag. That’s “clever”.
How to do it. Somehow “taking the time off the clock”. All the subscriptions are beyond the capacity limit. The lines glow. Everyone wants Sky. Everyone wants to see football!
Another corner flag attack! Come here quickly everyone, you have to see that!
But I heard Helge Leonard again. “If it fits, then it just doesn’t fit.” He says. After 56 days! Besides, didn’t they choose him?
The question would be: what expectations did they have and what has changed over time? There must have been a mistake somewhere.
The fact is that the coach already says what he would like. He won’t have changed his mind that much.
Unbelievable again at Salzburg – St.Pölten: Minamino pulls through freely in the middle. The defender steps in, ruthlessly. He would be ready to foul anyway, or he’s trying to foul. Minamino jumps over it, but stumbles and then falls. Decision: yellow and not red. OK. But: the speaker says: “You can keep going. Bitter yellow card.”
Because he didn’t touch him. Great point.
So, according to the announcer, Minamino would NOT have to jump, have his bones broken, be carried off the pitch — then foul play could have been considered? What are these bastards actually thinking?
So stupid, that just can’t be true.
More importantly, soon there will be NO more goals. Could we finally shut Sky down?
Because: if that wasn’t even a foul, then the defenders will soon be allowed to do even more – and it’s already far too much.
Freiburg-Frankfurt. Chance of chance would be good for over. But video evidence has already stolen the 1-0 here and otherwise the ball won’t go in either.
Another elbow in the face. Injures Pedersen, bleeding.
Just a Freiburger, moves away, opponents hold him, just like that. Then free kick, what else, and yellow. The speaker: “Reasonable.” So: it would be better, no yellow?
Hand in the penalty area from Frankfurt. No 911, of course. But if you look closely: he turns away, but his hand stays in front of his body and the ball goes against it. So correct would still be a penalty.
I mean. You won’t hear from anyone else — not even protests.
Just at Freiburg – Frankfurt: Boateng is hindered when receiving the ball, stopping the ball with his arm or let’s put it this way: the ball flies against his arm. Decision? Since Frankfurt was in attack, of course: Free kick for Freiburg. The main thing is no goal risk.
Crazy entertainment again: Freiburg -Frankfurt 89. 0:0, LASK – Altach 45. 0:0, Salzburg – St.Pölten 1:0!
Yes, hasn’t there already been a goal? A total of 180 minutes of football — one goal. Soccer heart, what more do you want?
Summary of the party Gladbach – Cologne in “All games – All goals”. Cordoba gets some good chances to score, Gladbach scores and had more chances overall. Deserved victory, but still with a few chances for Cologne (own assessment). The spokesman says, after one of Cordoba’s missed chances, “he was the only one who really fought against it”. That’s so absurd. Cologne played a good game, as everyone agreed afterwards. Glabdach was better, earned ok, but a draw was possible. How can you say such a nonsensical sentence? The only one who resisted it. No, it’s an unbearable pile of junk that’s being commented on.
“The game wasn’t great.” Commentary from the kicker on the game Manchester City – Everton (1:1). Why do you feel compelled to say something unfavorable? It wasn’t top-class – could you have saved yourself the watching? What is this high class compared to? Suppose there would NOT be a large number of scoring chances if this were a criterion: then the positive way of expressing it would also be conceivable, imaginable, even probable: the defenses have allowed little – as requested by the coach, trained, like the focus is set today. And even as the commentators are demanding. Because as soon as there is a chance to score, the search for errors begins, or, in the case of the absolute top experts, it is already complete. “Collective deep sleep.” For which the ball would also have to hit.
The background for this permanent devaluation of the events, which at the same time not only spoils the excitement and fun but is usually also totally beside the facts, is given here:
1) Football is so gigantic and everyone is so enthusiastic and fascinated that everyone watches and is there anyway and negative comments are not important or have to be said if they come to light.
2) A praising commentator would automatically fear falling into the pot of the lay and unsuspecting. He says: “Great pass, nice shot” and the expert sitting next to him laughs at him: “What was nice about that? They gave him far too much time and space – anyone can do that. In general, ALL opponents were too far away from the man and whatnot. So stop saying ‘well done’. Better clear your chair so that a real expert can come here who can also recognize the mistakes.”
3) There is this envy factor and this is especially true in Germany, where such devaluations can be found. Reporting is different in other countries. The problem is that probably everyone – including the speakers – has tried kicking the ball and that they are so far behind these outstanding players there that they would have to burst in front of Nei. Thus, they intuitively devalue – and thus close in on these demi-gods from their point of view. Also the disrespect is part of the whole.
4) There is a fourth reason: German teams have won too many titles. And the inverse writing is of course intended and well considered: there are too many when there are more than one would be entitled to.
Translated, it would unfortunately also mean: the German teams needed luck, made use of it, used it to the full, their contingent. This is of course a highly questionable statement, although one would only reap encouragement abroad. Because basically everyone feels it. Except in this country, where it just became a matter of course. One consequence of this: in the land of the “eternal world champion” there is a complete lack of humility. You just don’t know how to lose unluckily, even if you were the better team. Unfortunately, there is also a misjudgment here: you win for some reason that you don’t know, but there has to be a reason, otherwise it wouldn’t happen again and again, would it? So you start declaring every victory deserved just like every defeat. You can see everything, you know everything and can always explain the score, the final result and the table in detail. Because chance, luck, bad luck are eliminated from the judgment process. In fact, this is the main reason or the decisive reason for this: if one allowed luck as an argument for a win, perhaps one’s own doubts would have to arise that winning the world title was even a stroke of luck? No, you couldn’t possibly let that get to you.