the VAR rightly cancels Pellegrini’s goal, that’s why

At 30 ‘of the first half during Roma-Udinese the WHERE on the splendid goal by Lorenzo Pellegrini after a choral action by the Giallorossi. It would have been the third goal of the game. But everything was canceled after the call of the slow motion which highlighted an infringement during the action of Rome. A correct choice that however had escaped the majority because the reason is to be found at the beginning of the control by Mkhitaryan who frees himself with a foul from his defender.

The referee Giacomelli he had continued the action and validated Lorenzo Pellegrini’s precision and power network. Rome celebrating for the trio against Udinese within 30 minutes, but then the classic cold shower arrived. While everyone was thinking about the restart from the spot in midfield, Giacomelli was recalled from WHERE and the network was canceled. No one had noticed but the cameras captured the moment when the action was deemed irregular.

The ‘fault‘is from Mkhitaryan from which the beautiful yellow and red offensive action starts: the Roma winger gets rid of the opponent with a’ stomp ‘and then starts the the goal at Lorenzo Pellegrini who takes advantage of a dirty rejection of the Udinese defense. Thus, by regulation, everything is canceled and the slow motion has helped Giacomelli who had escaped the irregular intervention of the Giallorossi.

Previously there had been another decisive intervention by Giacomelli on the occasion of the penalty then made by Veretout for the 2-0. On the contact Musso-Mkhitaryan the referee correctly recognizes an irregular intervention by the goalkeeper: the Giallorossi with a lob bypasses the extreme Juventus who, with his recovery leg, goes to touch the opponent who had tried to overtake him. Not voluntary, but still a touch that prevented Mkhitaryan from going on the ball with an empty net.

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