Saturday , June 19 2021

Poland. We are explaining the mystery of a repeated hit by Arkady Milik, Poland's representative office

"Our team was not put into a penalty box, so we should let it go," Tomasz Hajto said during his transfer to Polsat Sport. – It is obvious that the first Portuguese, then only Kebizor and the rest – was supported by Mateusz Borek. – At the point of hit, no one entered the criminal area. I am surprised by the Russian arbitrator, said Dariusz Szpakowski, who commented on the TVP meeting. However, no one was right, although things did not ease the facilitator of the meeting, which only showed some football players. However, what is shown on television is enough to solve this secret. To do this, you have to go back to the basics for a moment.

All the confusion stems from the fact that footballer paradoxically does not have to run into the criminal area to try to punish again – that's just a shortcut. Usually it does, but not in this case. Every soccer player must be at least 9 meters and 15 inches from the penalty kick until the ball hits the ball. That distance of eleven meters marks the line of the penalty area and – which is often forgotten – calls the English "lukewarm" or "D" in a form similar to letter D (I did not find a good description in Polish). This part of the playground is marked at the next height in the red circles so there is no doubt.

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If it were not "D", the players behind the penalty area would be smaller than the scorer who needed 9.15 m and would have an unjust advantage over other players. In this way, the odds are equal. If a competitor exceeds that limit before the penalty is imposed, he violates the rules of the game.

When can I repeat my sentence?

The punishment can be repeated in several cases and depends on whether or not it is used. There are several variations, but let's talk about the two most important and common. If not used, this should be repeated if the defensive team's players or both teams appear early in the forbidden zone. If it was only an attack team, then the judge would not have to react.

In a scufflike opportunity, Arkadiusz Milik made a pogorithal penalty When can you repeat effective eleven? When the Milicans ran too fast in the restricted zone or when the footballers of both teams did so. If only the Portuguese did, the judge would not have the right to decide to repeat the eleven.

Arkadiusz Milik scored, Piotr Zieliński violated the rules

Let's take a look at Milik's sentence now. The cage was captured a few moments before the hit showed that the line of the criminal field had exceeded three Portuguese – which in itself would not allow the repetition of an effective criminal – but the problem is that even though Piotr Zieliñski did not enter the criminal area, he broke "D" , ie Zone prohibited in this case. Thus Sergey Karashev could, according to the regulations, determine the execution of the eleven.

Milik shuts down the penalMilik shuts down the penal screen

Karasiew and his associates were very cautious. Interestingly, if none of the footballers did break the prohibited zone in this situation, and Beto would defend Milk's goal, the penalty kick should also be repeated. It is obvious from this cage that the Portuguese goalkeeper did not remain on the goal line – although according to the rules of the game he has such a duty until the opponent reaches the ball.

The second criminal Milika should also be repeated. Once again Zieliñski

The biggest controversy in this case may be the fact that these rules of punishment are usually dead and judges ignore them for unknown reasons. He showed him … he repeated Milik's punishment. The situation is almost identical to the first, but practically different only by bands. The criminal offense is here: goalkeeper Beto, two Portuguese players entering the criminal area and again Piotr Zieliñski, who fled to the illegal zone.

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The greatest controversy over penalties can lead to inconsistency and inconsistency in decisions. The Portugal-Poland match proved to be the best. Two virtually identical situations are separate for 63 seconds. During that time, the judges made two different decisions that could undermine the outcome of the meeting and thus condemn Poland to failure and put it in another basket of the elimination of Euro 2020.

Karny Błaszczykowski for Euro 2016 is a good example

Similar situations – when it comes to the behavior of the goalkeeper – were held during Euro 2016, when Poland lost to the quarterfinals after defeating Portugal (3: 5). In every pen, Fabrykañski went lightly, but Rui Patricio made it much clearer. He went farther away with one unsuccessful shot in this series – Jakub Baszaszkowski. Just look at this cage. Patricio came out in front of the line, and in addition he managed to stop, throw and defend the blow, but none of the judges paid attention – although one of them is responsible only for controlling the goalkeeper's position. Arbitrators in the eleven series do not have to control players entering the restricted zone. It is not that judges at that time hurt Poland – they simply did not execute the rules and it would probably be the same if Fabijani defended the rival in that way. And when the arbitrators follow the rules, there are controversies and unnecessary conspiracy theories.

The criminal Blekaszkowski failedThe criminal Blekaszkowski failed screen

IFAB – an organization that deals with the establishment of football rules – at least partially noticed this problem. According to Kicker, you can soon get penalties without any benefits. This means that if the goalkeeper deflects a shot – if he bounces to his side, he does not catch the ball – he will continue the goal match. This eliminates the problem of violating the forbidden zone. This is a step in the right direction, but it does not deal with the rules of the goalkeeper.

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