This is the decisive scene: Raheem Sterling enters the Danish penalty area, is surrounded by three opponents and falls into physical contact with Matthias Jensen. Referee Danny McClellan (Netherlands) did not hesitate to whistle for England in extra time at the European Championship semi-finals at Wembley Stadium in London. The outfielder protested, the favorite was happy – and Caspar Schmidt slammed the edge of the penalty area for Harry Kane after saving the net 2-1. The timeless sequence that caused a lot of discussion after the game.
“You can see the connection – the knee against the calf,” said former Bundesliga referee Manuel Groove Im ZDF: “ஆனால் ஸ்டெர்லிங் அபராதம் விதிக்கும் நோக்கத்துடன் சண்டைக்குள் செல்கிறார். நடுவர்கள் பெரும்பாலும் வழக்கு வடிவங்களால் வழிநடத்தப்படுகிறார்கள். மேலும் வழக்கு வடிவத்தின் அடிப்படையில் இது போதாது என்பதை நீங்கள் காணலாம்.” Furthermore, the action on the field before the second ball of the match indicated that the 47-year-old. “It’s a moment tiruppiyirukkalam declination direction.”
Due to contact and immediate results, McClellan could not be violated by VAR. After all, there is no clear misjudgment about the situation. “You could theoretically pay the fine,” Groof said: “I would have been allowed to play. For me personally, this decision has been very difficult.” Sterling naturally saw it differently. When asked if this decision was reasonable, the England winger replied succinctly: “Of course!”