Unfortunately Carragher watches quite a few spurs games from the commentary box, most memorably when against Liverpool last year in March when he openly celebrated Salah's lucky last-minute winner with "Mo Salah you little dancer" live on the commentary. I appreciate former player pundits have their allegiances but that was a watershed moment for him as a commentator not to give a monkeys about viewing public. Anyway, sorry to let my dislike of the spitter take this thread off topic!Just on Aurier? It was obvious he hasn't watched a Spurs game for 2 years.
Yep. Shocked to hear myself say it but Dean had a good game overall based on refereeing the game real-time (as opposed to VAR decisions with the benefit of slow-mo replays from all angles).What did Mike Dean do? He didn't give it. He didn't give the second one either.
Exactly. These ‘hero’ challenges, trying to get the crowd on their feet have to stop.Whether it was a penalty or not (it was) it’s just an example of his continuing failure to understand the basics of defending. You don’t challenge anyone in the box if they’re heading away from goal, you just don’t. If he can’t understand the basics then he’ll always be a danger to his own team.
Carragher can only think about one thing at a time. He's as thick as pig shit and a simply terrible pundit. Sky should have taken the opportunity to bin him after the 'gobbing at children' incident.Carragher does that. I've heard him several times. He's made up his mind about Serge and if he does 20 positive things in a match Carragher will focus on the one thing that backs up his predetermined idea. Wanker!
For the record I think Aurier is very under rated. Good player with a rash challenge in him. There's not manyt other right backs I'd currently swap him for.
Aguero stands on the back of the ball which forces the ball to jump forwards. Thought in real time Aurier got there but he didn't. It's chopped by Aguero, hence the strange movement.If Aurier did not touch the ball can people explain how the ball moved with momentum, in the direction which can only be the result of Aurier kicking it, when auguero did not touch the ball. This angle bullshit is silly. Use science to convince me how on earth did the ball moved the way it did. Furthermore the touchline footage clearly showed Aurier toeing the ball away.