‘Controversial decision’ Manchester City, including Holland, were fined 200 million won for protesting.

Manchester City (Man City, England), whose players protested a “controversial decision” made just before the end of the Tottenham match earlier this month, was fined about 200 million won. received.Sports media outlet The Athletic reported, “Man City players were fined 120,000 pounds (approximately 198 million won) for their violent behavior surrounding referee Simon Hooper during the English Premier League (EPL) match against Tottenham.” It was reported on Sunday (Korean time).

The English Football Association (FA), which has jurisdiction over soccer administration in England, placed Manchester City on the list of disciplinary action targets on the 5th, saying that it had failed its duty to control its players from engaging in inappropriate behavior, but the disciplinary action ended with this sanction.The game in question is the 2023-2024 EPL round 14 home game against Tottenham held at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England on the 4th. Tottenham, with Son Heung-min scoring 1 goal and 1 assist, was ‘the strongest’ in enemy territory. They drew 3-3 with Manchester City.However, a controversial decision was made just before the end of the game.In the second half of extra time with the score tied at 3-3, Erling Haaland caught the ball in the center circle, but briefly lost his balance due to a tackle by Tottenham’s Emerson Royal.At this time, referee Hooper gave a hand signal to proceed with the game without declaring a foul, and Holland 카지노사이트킹 immediately delivered a penetrating pass towards Jack Grealish in front.

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