No, the goal was allowed, but the time stopped at 1.8(the clock stopped running after about 2 seconds) and then continued. Had the clock not stopped there then the game would have gone into overtime because there would not have been enough time for that goal which means that the goal shouldn't have been allowed.
the game was tied, 2-2. It was going to go into overtime but with 0.04 seconds left the Kings score, however, at 1.8 seconds the clock stopped for about 1-2 seconds, which means their goal should have never counted since the clock froze for a second.
That is insane and apparently they didn't see it till the players were in their lockerooms, but still they reviewed the goal because even that was a close call, so I don't know how they couldn't of noticed it than.
hey Alim, I don't know if you watch football or not, but that is exactly what is happening to one of the best QBs ever in Peyton Manning that made a franchise a contender by himself. No one player means more than an entire organization.
As far as I'm concerned there's football only exists on one day of the year and that's the Super Bowl.
Two completely different sports, apples and oranges.