Reference Watch: Fabinho’s challenge to Tottenham striker Son Heung-min – Dermot Gallagher gives verdict

27 Jun 2022 | 08:12 | Football


Dermot Gallagher dissects the big hot spots in the weekend’s action on Ref Watch.

Liverpool 1-1 Tottenham

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Former Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher believes Michael Oliver’s decision to give Fabinho a yellow card for his challenge to Son Heung-min was right

event: Was Liverpool midfielder Fabinho lucky not to receive a yellow card for a strong challenge to Spurs striker Son Heung-min?

judgment: The right decision.

Dermot said: “I think the yellow card was the right decision. If you look, he caught him with his forearm, his forearm was up, but it was there and the son went in, it’s not what I’m talking about as a weapon he used as a weapon to take it Throw it back. So, I think the right call…”

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Arsenal 2-1 Leeds United

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Dermot Gallagher says referee Chris Kavanagh was right to change his decision from yellow to red after VAR reviewed Luke Ayling’s tackle on Gabriel Martinelli of

event: Luke Ayling was shown a red card by VAR, initially only for a brutal tackle by Gabriel Martinelli.

judgment: The right decision.

Dermot said: “really [the right decision]. The process is perfect as a referee [Chris Kavanagh]for whatever reason, he couldn’t see the speed at this angle he came in, and he certainly couldn’t see two tackles.

“You see him across the ground like him, he’s out of control, he can’t stop himself, it’s a dangerous tackle anyway, when Chris is sent to the screen, he’s going to look like VAR very quickly [John Brooks] He said, “Look, in my opinion, you need to look at this again, I think it’s a bad tackle, he’s out of control, he’s out of control.”

“The referee looked at it. You don’t need to look at the second angle from the back. Give me a red card.”

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Stephen Warnock says Luke Ayling let Leeds United dive with both feet because of his ‘stupid mistake’ Gabriel Martinelli

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Manchester City 5-0 Newcastle United

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Dermot Gallagher says allowing Amory Craport to score for Manchester City was the right decision despite Newcastle’s call for a foul on Martin Dubravka

event: Should Manchester City’s second goal against Newcastle be ruled out, with Martin Dubravka appearing to have two hands on the ball?

judgment: The right decision.

Dermot said:I don’t think he [have two hands on the ball] Because what happened was he spilled the ball – he had to put his hands on the ball between the grounds, which I don’t believe he had.

“He reached for the ball, and when he reached for the ball, he didn’t get it, the ball was kicked away, the game continued, and he fell to the ground. I don’t think he was in that position on top of the ball. He went, But he doesn’t actually get it.

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Chelsea 2-2 Wolves

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event: Chelsea striker Timo Werner has been ruled out for a foul on Romances.

judgment: the wrong decision making.

Dermot said:On another day, it wouldn’t be considered a foul. When you see an event like this, you can eviscerate from it, no doubt about it.When you look at how the referee [Peter Bankes] Referee all day, which is in line with his ability to bear.

“I would say that I watched the game from the zero minute to the 90th minute and whenever something like that happened, he fouled, so it wasn’t a surprise to me that he fouled there.”





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