Article source: One Nine Eight Four Fengzhen
The day before the match, the senior Luneng of the "Football News" told the team reporter @永的 Pianfeng: "If I am a Luneng fan, I will explain the match of the day. I hope it will be the local referee. From the perspective of a reporter, I think, You can let the foreign referee blow."
According to my understanding, the logic of should be as follows:
If you are a Chinese referee, you may be afraid of Luneng fans, and will be more cautious in law enforcement, at least not dare to offend Luneng fans. If it is a foreign referee, the law enforcement will be fairer and the disputes will be much smaller.
In fact, @永的倾锋 is joking. He might not have imagined that on the day of the game, his wishes were all realized at the same time.
This is a bit like a homicide that was publicized in advance. Luneng fans checked the referee's papers and did it twice. The referee industry cannot be indifferent to this matter. Will this emotion be brought into the game? Bring a little bit, it's troublesome.
Gedes's suspected foul on Li Ke, first talk about the penalty process. When Lee Ke fell to the ground, the position of the South Korean referee was a little far away, but the linesman was just two or three meters away, and he was watching their physical contact from the side.
But after scoring a goal, VAR prompted the referee Gerdes to be suspected of a foul. The referee went to the sidelines to watch the replay, and then signaled that Gerdes fouled and the goal was invalid.
Geddes continued to communicate with the referee. Through the close-up of the live broadcast, he could see the referee said to Geddes in English: "you dont touch the ball (probably so)."
This is the whole process of punishment.
This is not an offside ball or other ball with a clear objective judgment. It stands to reason that whether the goal is valid or not is 100% determined by the referee. As long as he sees the VAR and believes that the ball can not be fouled, the goal is still valid, and VAR cannot force the game.
There are two meanings in this. First, why the VAR referee reminded the referee to review VAR; second, why did the referee decide to cancel the goal after reading VAR.
Of course, this is just the worst inference. I have no evidence: the Chinese referees of VAR are deliberately harsh on Shandong Luneng because at least two of their colleagues have received off-court retaliation from Luneng fans and they have prejudice against Luneng. The South Korean referee also understood the meaning of the Chinese counterpart, and followed the meaning of the Chinese counterpart to make a penalty that was not conducive to Luneng.
Chinese football is sometimes too serious. Sometimes it's too serious. This is also very sad.