Fouls in basketball are way, way lighter than in football so it seems to me you either don't know what you're talking about or you're clutching at straws to make it look like your club is not the greatest beneficiary of referee robbery in the world.It'd be a foul in basketball, nevermind football
It's pretty much the same in football, with the caveat that screen's are more heavily ruled in football because it's a play where you make no attempt at playing the ball
It's a fecking moving screen. Look up the rules
You can't deliberately move into a player's path with no interest for the ball and make him crash into you
Missing the point. It's a foul because he deliberately moves into Militao's path and is not making a play for the ball. It's obstruction. The degree of the contact doesn't even matterThat's never a foul. They'll call off every single goal from a corner if they disallow that as long as the defenders bother to fall down and grab their face
Impeding the progress of an opponent means moving into the path of the opponent to obstruct, block, slow down or force a change of direction by an opponent when the ball is not within playing distance of either player
Of course it does. If it's the exact same contact but Militão doesn't dive then the goal never gets called off.Missing the point. It's a foul because he deliberately moves into Militao's path and is not making a play for the ball. It's obstruction. The degree of the contact doesn't even matter
So your point is "it's the correct call but usually it doesn't get called so it's wrong" ?Sevilla deserved to be leading too. Madrid's attack of Rodrygo, Jovic and Lucas is clearly nowhere near good enough. Why is Benzema on the bench?
Of course it does. If it's the exact same contact but Militão doesn't dive then the goal never gets called off.
It technically doesn't matter according to the rules but goals like that happen all the time in set pieces without VAR doing anything.
Nope. I dunno, this is more of a grey area for me. On the one hand, handball stops the ball. On the other, he's on the ground, doesn't really gain a clear advantage and De Jong has to do a bit of work to score a wondergoal afterwards anywaysVar is going to ruin that great goal isnt he?