Here's a good example of why not to trash talk / gloat.
Kevlarsays...

The best part to me is this: Who is he exhorting with his display after the initial stop? Who does he want to cheer?

"YOU THERE! THE BLUE SEAT TWO ROWS IN! ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED? ARE? YOU? NOT? ENTERTAINED?"

rychansays...

Hmm... Some Internet contrarian are saying that an after-the-game penalty kick (such as this) is over when the ball is stopped, and that by stopping the forward motion of the ball this play was dead. The Fifa rule book doesn't seem entirely clear on when such penalty kicks are over. But I think this is definitely a goal and the ball was not stopped.

Yogisays...

>> ^rychan:

Hmm... Some Internet contrarian are saying that an after-the-game penalty kick (such as this) is over when the ball is stopped, and that by stopping the forward motion of the ball this play was dead. The Fifa rule book doesn't seem entirely clear on when such penalty kicks are over. But I think this is definitely a goal and the ball was not stopped.


The penalty kick is stopped once it's forward momentum of the ball is spent. Obviously in this case it wasn't spent...the was no second touch to propel it towards the goal...it just came off and spun in. If the keeper had stopped it completely and then tossed it into the goal it wouldn't have counted.

siftbotsays...

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grintersays...

>> ^Yogi:

>> ^rychan:
Hmm... Some Internet contrarian are saying that an after-the-game penalty kick (such as this) is over when the ball is stopped, and that by stopping the forward motion of the ball this play was dead. The Fifa rule book doesn't seem entirely clear on when such penalty kicks are over. But I think this is definitely a goal and the ball was not stopped.

The penalty kick is stopped once it's forward momentum of the ball is spent. Obviously in this case it wasn't spent...the was no second touch to propel it towards the goal...it just came off and spun in. If the keeper had stopped it completely and then tossed it into the goal it wouldn't have counted.

I agree that it's a goal, but..
the forward momentum of the ball was spent, ..on rotational momentum, ..which was cashed in later for new forward momentum at a higher rate of exchange.

Yogisays...

>> ^grinter:

>> ^Yogi:
>> ^rychan:
Hmm... Some Internet contrarian are saying that an after-the-game penalty kick (such as this) is over when the ball is stopped, and that by stopping the forward motion of the ball this play was dead. The Fifa rule book doesn't seem entirely clear on when such penalty kicks are over. But I think this is definitely a goal and the ball was not stopped.

The penalty kick is stopped once it's forward momentum of the ball is spent. Obviously in this case it wasn't spent...the was no second touch to propel it towards the goal...it just came off and spun in. If the keeper had stopped it completely and then tossed it into the goal it wouldn't have counted.

I agree that it's a goal, but..
the forward momentum of the ball was spent, ..on rotational momentum, ..which was cashed in later for new forward momentum at a higher rate of exchange.


Ok fine the point is that it was not propelled towards goal by the kicker a second time.

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