11 vs 11, Madrid created absolutely nothing yesterday. They never looked like scoring. We deserved to be ahead at that point. Hell even after Ronaldo scored, we were again the better team. First leg Real were better though
Man U should have scored in before Ramos's own goal. You guys really pushed it yes, but couldn't get it. Ramos scoring for you guys a bit lucky seriously.
Firstly, nice spelling. Secondly, show me where exactly in the Laws of the Game that it suggests that what Nani did was a red card offense. It amuses me when people who know very little about the laws of the game spout shit. The sort of 'well he was the last man so it was a red card', or 'he got the ball so it's not a foul' nonsense. In this case some people are saying 'his foot was high so it is a red card' which is just a complete fallacy.
Nice compliment. English is not my mother-language so I can make mistakes. Are you mad ?
Read the post below. He used 2 words and they are more than enough.
So ? I love Man United more than I like Real Madrid. I own Manchester United jersey myself, bought it from England. I won't protect someone just because we are from the same country.
I support Galatasaray and I can honestly say that Cuney Cakir caused us enough trouble already. We generally lose when he refrees our matches, but still I think he is objective and does the best with his abilities.
It's a red if there's excessive force and brutality that endangers the opponent. If you think Nani's gone into that with excessive force to endanger Arbeloa then you're a lost cause. We might have missed chances but at least we created chances and looked like scoring. Fuck, we even did score. Madrid didn't even come close to getting past our back line besides Higuain's half chance.
Reading earlier that Fergie will get fined for not doing the post match press conference and there's no appeal system. Such a joke.
I agree that Nani DID NOT mean to endanger his opponent. Furthermore I agree that he did not karate kicked him INTENTIONALLY. However in the end he did endanger his opponent and used extreme force. UEFA is very strict about this kind of shit, or tries to be. Collina even gave referee a decent/good scoring. If Manchester could have won within their abilty, we would not be talking about it. Finally I still agree red card changed the destiny of Man U but it is still feasible decision. You can not say red is wrong. He MAY not choose to use red, that's true but he interpreted that way and Manchester should have focused more and not fall behind. Or miss obvious chances before and after the red card. I get the feeling, it is bitter but still.