This season couldn’t be more different.
Jürgen Klopp’s team felt that they were hit extremely hard in last week’s Merseyside Derby, as VAR failed to dismiss Jordan Pickford for his shocking duel against Virgil van Dijk, while Jordan Henderson had an added-time winner after Sadio could have excluded Mane was classified as offside under construction.
A week later, VAR again did Liverpool absolutely no favor.
In their home game against Sheffield United, VAR awarded a penalty for Fabinho’s tackle against Oliver McBurnie. Not only did the duel appear to be outside the box, but the Brazilian appeared to be winning the ball.After Roberto Firmino equalized in the first half, Mohamed Salah appeared to have given Liverpool the lead in the 62nd minute when he expertly defeated Trent Alexander-Arnolds before shooting the ball home.
It was an incredible target, but VAR had other ideas and ruled it out as the Egyptian was only a few inches offside.
Diogo Jota gave Liverpool the lead and ultimately the win, but thanks to the spoiler who is VAR we have been denied absolute madness by Salah.And it got us thinking: what other amazing goals have we been denied in football history?
That’s why we decided to find 11 of the biggest goals in football history that were banned and struck from the history books.
Let’s take a look:
11 | Mohamed Salah | Liverpool is against Sheffield United
As we explained earlier, Salah’s illegal goal against Sheffield United was absolutely brilliant. The movement, the touch, the volley. So so good VAR had to step in and ruin everything for him, right?
10 | Frank Lampard | England versus Germany
Okay, that wasn’t necessarily “forbidden”, but we were denied a brilliant equalizer by Frank Lampard against Germany in the last knockout round of the 2010 World Cup. It was a goal that led to the acceleration of Tor technology.
9 | Cristiano Ronaldo | Real Madrid versus Bayern Munich
This is not the only time Cristiano Ronaldo has been on that list. This time his brilliant left half volleyball was disfellowshipped after being convicted of controlling it with his arm. He has? Hmmmm repetitions are inconclusive.
8 | Gareth Bale | Real Madrid versus PSG
This would have silenced some critics. Bale scored an incredible goal in the Champions League against Paris Saint-Germain juggling the ball four times before complimenting Keylor Navas. Unfortunately, he handled the ball just before the shot.
7 | Thiago Silva | PSG versus Nice
Thiago Silva doesn’t score a lot so he must have been furious when this was chalked out. The defender picked up the ball on the center line and played a one-two with Zlatan Ibrahimovic. However, he was forced far from the Swede when the ball appeared to run out for a goal kick. With the ball right on the line of contact, Silva somehow made an attempt with the outside of his root, which spanned itself. Repetitions suggest that the ball may have just been out.
6 | Pedro Mendes | Tottenham admire Manchester United
Again, this wasn’t exactly “inadmissible”, but again we were denied an outrageous target. In the final minutes at Old Trafford, Mendes attempted to throw Roy Carroll into orbit with one shot. Carroll got under the ball but fumbled with it and it bounced yards into his own goal. Somehow the goal was not given.
5 | Leigh Griffiths | Hibs against hearts
Imagine being denied a 40 yard free kick against your club’s biggest rivals after they jump miles over the line. Even worse when the game ended 0-0. Arm, Leigh Griffiths.
4 | Dani Osvaldo | Roma gegen Leece
That would probably have been Dani Osvaldo’s best career goal … without the offside flag. It was an incredible overhead kick and it takes the commentator about 30 seconds to even realize he’s offside. The worst? He was clearly on the side …
3 | Cristiano Ronaldo | Portugal versus Azerbaijan
Cristiano Ronaldo tried to get an overhead kick for many years but he did it against Azerbaijan back in 2006. Deco’s nonchalant shoulder pass was slowed down by Ronaldo before he took an incredible overhead kick from the bottom of the bar. The only problem was that Tor technology didn’t exist back then and it didn’t exist.
2 | Cheick Tiote | Newcastle versus Man City
The late Cheick Tiote will always be remembered for his incredible left foot volley that helped Newcastle beat Arsenal 4-0 4-0. But he scored an equally brilliant goal with the same left foot against Manchester City. It was not allowed for Newcastle players standing in front of goalkeeper Joe Hart – not that he would have come close.
1 | Cristiano Ronaldo | Portugal versus Spain
We wonder if Ronaldo has already forgiven Nani …
In 2010 he sent Gerard Pique to the stores with a brilliant doll before rolling the ball under his foot and scooping it over Iker Casillas. It was probably over by the time Nani made sure with a header. The assistant referee flagged Nani offside and the goal was denied – although Nani was likely in first place. Ronaldo was angry.
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