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Arsenal should lose the Premier League title because the referee favored Liverpool, as the strange ruling was made in response to the Gunners’ complaints about Darwin Nunez’s overtime winner against Nottingham Forest yesterday. Before Darwin Nunez’s goal in the 99th minute gave Liverpool a thrilling victory, Nottingham Forest faced controversy in a dramatic turn of events at the City Ground. After recovering from an injury, the Uruguayan forward scored a vital goal to increase Liverpool’s lead in the Premier League standings. The argument started when Calum Hudson-Odoi and Forest had possession as they attempted to score a winning goal of their own. But in the 97th minute, referee Paul Tierney incorrectly gave Liverpool a drop ball. A drop ball is only given to the goalkeeper of the opposing team in accordance with IFAB regulations if the ball was in the penalty area when play was stopped. The player on the team that last touched the ball at the spot where it last touched a player should receive a drop ball from the referee in all other situations.

Arsenal should lose the Premier League title because the referee favored Liverpool, as the strange ruling was made in response to the Gunners' complaints about Darwin Nunez's overtime winner against Nottingham Forest yesterday. Before Darwin Nunez's goal in the 99th minute gave Liverpool a thrilling victory, Nottingham Forest faced controversy in a dramatic turn of events at the City Ground. After recovering from an injury, the Uruguayan forward scored a vital goal to increase Liverpool's lead in the Premier League standings. The argument started when Calum Hudson-Odoi and Forest had possession as they attempted to score a winning goal of their own. But in the 97th minute, referee Paul Tierney incorrectly gave Liverpool a drop ball. A drop ball is only given to the goalkeeper of the opposing team in accordance with IFAB regulations if the ball was in the penalty area when play was stopped. The player on the team that last touched the ball at the spot where it last touched a player should receive a drop ball from the referee in all other situations.

Arsenal should lose the Premier League title because the referee favored Liverpool, as the strange ruling was made in response to the Gunners’ complaints about Darwin Nunez’s overtime winner against Nottingham Forest yesterday.

Before Darwin Nunez’s goal in the 99th minute gave Liverpool a thrilling victory, Nottingham Forest faced controversy in a dramatic turn of events at the City Ground. After recovering from an injury, the Uruguayan forward scored a vital goal to increase Liverpool’s lead in the Premier League standings.

 

The argument started when Calum Hudson-Odoi and Forest had possession as they attempted to score a winning goal of their own. But in the 97th minute, referee Paul Tierney incorrectly gave Liverpool a drop ball.

A drop ball is only given to the goalkeeper of the opposing team in accordance with IFAB regulations if the ball was in the penalty area when play was stopped. The player on the team that last touched the ball at the spot where it last touched a player should receive a drop ball from the referee in all other situations.

 

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