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Mario Gómez García (German enunciation: [ˈmaːʁi̯oː ˈɡɔmɛs]; born 10 July 1985) is a German former professional footballer who played as a striker. He stood for the Germany national group over a period of 11 years in between 2007 as well as 2018. Gómez began his specialist job with Stuttgart. When the team won the Bundesliga in 2006-- 07, Gómez contributed 14 goals and also 7 aids and was selected as German Footballer of the Year. In 2009, he authorized for Bayern Munich for an estimated EUR30-- 35 million; at that time a league record. With Bayern, Gómez was the Bundesliga top marker in 2011 as well as helped the group win 7 prizes, consisting of the UEFA Champions League in 2013. He left for Serie A group Florentina in 2013 as well as was influenced by injury throughout his time in Italy. Gómez was loaned to Turkey's Besides in 2015 and also was leading marker as the club won the Super Big. He consequently returned to Germany by joining Bundesliga side VFL Wolfsburg. The season he joined, he helped Wolfsburg stay clear of relegation. He returned to Stuttgart the period after, helping them achieve promotion to the Bundesliga after the 2019-- 20 project. Gómez made his elderly international debut for Germany in February 2007 as well as was included in their teams for three UEFA European Championships and 2 FIFA World Cups, completing as top scorer at UEFA Euro 2012. He relinquished worldwide football in 2018.

In Leipzig, referee and var must deal with a complicated part of the Alex rule, but decide correctly. In Bochum, a hand game is rightly unpunished, with VfB Stuttgart vs. Mainz 05 remains an PSV star sets its fists control-compliant.

Just seven and a half minutes were completed in the game between RB Leipzig and Bayer 04 Leverkusen (1: 3), since Joseph Martínez had to reach behind for the first time: after a quick and precise combination of Ezequiel Palacios, Patrick Schick and Amine DLI overcame Mousse Diary The Leipzig goalkeeper. Referee Benjamin Corpus initially gave the hit, but video assistant Felix Player fell slightly at the review. DLI had found himself in the offside at Schick's passing, which was well recognized on the television images based on the grass pattern without calibrated lines. But the check in the Cologne video center drew in the length.

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After two minutes, the impartial even turned to the monitor to carry out an on-field review, and took one of his assistants at consultation purposes. This was clear: Here it was not about the deadline as such, but a tricky problem. The stock was that the Leipzig Lukas Klostermann had still touched the ball when he was on the way from Schick to DLI. Although only slightly, but it did not matter here on the clarity, but on whether the Klostermann had intended to meet the ball, or whether it was completed without his active access to him.

This is a difference after the rules: a deliberate play of the ball — Deliberate Play is the English specialist minus for this — by a defender, the offside. It depends, mind you, only if this defender wanted to play the ball at all, and not on how, not on where the ball is then landed. If a defender is hit uncontrolled by the ball or striped without having helped himself something — the English control concept is Deflection — then this intention is not given. If the ball then reaches an attacker in the away, then this is punishable.

Deliberate Play or Deflection by Klostermann?

The meaning of this distinction is, something simplified that the defender plays or touches the ball in the Deliberate Play from free pieces the ball and therefore responsible, where the ball then goes. In the Deflection he is not intentionally and has no control over where the ball jumps. Whether a Deliberate Play or a deflection is present is not always clearly clear to say some cases in the grouch area. For demarcation, the FIFA has developed four key questions: 1. Does the defender move to the ball, so he is aware? 2. Does he have time and different ways? 3. Does he have control of his action? 4. Is the spatial distance between passers and defenders big?

If these questions can be affirmed at least largely, then there is a Deliberate Play, otherwise a deflection. In Leipzig referee Corpus decided after looking at the pictures that Klostermann had not played the ball intentionally, but uncontrolled by him was striped. This was and remained punishable DLI's deadline, so the gate was finally canceled. A comprehensible decision, because Klostermann was surprised by the extension of the ball by chic recognizable and had hardly responded due to the short distance. His left foot also quickly jumped forward when it had already come to the ball contact. A Deliberate Play looks different.

VFL Bochum: Hand game punishable or unintentionally?

Also in the encounter of VFL Bochum against the SC Freiburg (2: 1), the referee in a situation was a rule-technically demanding task, in which his discretion was also in demand. After just over an hour, the Bochum Tor wart Manuel Riemann initially served a shot of Lucas Hole, the subsequent margin of Vincenzo Gift flew past the goal. In doing so, Anthony Flotilla had alerted the ball slightly — with his right hand. This hand game had perceived referee Patrick Thrice, but rated as unpainted. Therefore, he decided on corner kick for the Freiburg, but who would rather have given a penalty.

A situation in the grouch area. For a criminal liability of the hand game spoke that Flotilla's right arm had extended forward when it came to the ball contact. This could be considered for good reason as an unnatural magnification of the body surface. Against the punishable, however, said that the overall movement of the Bochum was geared to avoiding the hand game: He pulled the ball-close left arm — with which a hand game was more likely than with the ball-far — tight to the body and turned from the trajectory of the ball. The right arm stood significantly from the body, but was not under tension, which is another indication that the ball, the Flotilla last was no longer in mind, should not be stopped with it.

In the past season, in the evaluation of hands playing, the pure arm maintenance was still the focus, therefore, in such a case, a penalty had been imposed in such a case. But since the recent policy change, the criterion of intention is again playing the relevant role in the evaluation of hands. And with a look at it, the decision of Patrick Dietrich is at least justifiable because Gorillas turns away to close that the Bochum did not intend to play the ball with his hand. At the discretion, there was also arguments for a penalty whistle. So or so no clear mistake was given, which would have forced the Var inevitably for intervention.

Why the penalty for the VfB Stuttgart was conceded again

Such an intervention, on the other hand, existed in the start of the match between the VfB Stuttgart and the 1st PSV Mainz 05 (2: 1). In the 25th minute, the Mainz Keeper Robin Center came after a free-kick of Born Sosa from his gate and fitted the ball from the danger zone. A masculaship later his fists landed at the head of the Stuttgart Konstantinos Madroños. Referee Matthias Jolene first spoke to guests a penalty, but took this decision back after the recommendation of his video assistant Shorten Viewer had once again looked at the scene on the monitor on the playing edge.

Right, because Center had first clearly and controlled the ball, the Madroños had tried to achieve successfully with his head. A goal-style action, in which the subsequent collision was evaluated as an accident and not as a foul. Otherwise, things would have been located if Center had jumped into the duel with a dressed knee and met the Stuttgart. But since this was not the case and the Mainer concluded the ball fair with the fists, the penalty decision was not right. The fact that the video assistant did the referee to review this decision and subsequently corrected the referee was thus quite appropriate.

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