That incident raised the subject a lot more back then but it was more of a case of the FA not taking the case to Fifa and it just dropped dead before it could become a major talking point, every Man U fan will admit that goal was as clear as day. Not that I could discuss that subject in this thread since I wasn't even a member of this site back then.
It wouldn't have changed much if they had taken the issue to Fifa, the subject of goal line technology has been going for a while and fifa are just too damn reluctant to do something about this.
There was even a worse decision which took place either in the championship or league 1(cant remember) where the ball hit the crossbar and was given as a goal, even tho the ball bounced backwards and nowhere near the net. If I could find the video it will be clearer to see what I mean.
but man the 2 decisions yesterday were shit, England played horribly so I doubt how much it could have changed the outcome of the game but Mexico were showing good promise up to the point they conceded that crappy offside goal which forced them to play in a shaken state for the rest of the game.
Anyways, we need to wait and see how Fifa will react after the WC.
Last edited by Elarius; 06-27-2010 at 03:46 PM