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    O/T - Champions League Final

    Really looking forward to this one as with no Juve, Athletico or Real present thankfully, Iím looking forward to an open, exciting game. Difficult to call but assuming Kane doesnít start, Iím expecting him to come on in the second half and possibly make the ultimate difference but then again could end up easily being 4-0 Liverpool. Should be a cracker though.

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    It was a bit of a snooze fest 😴😴😴😴

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    It was a terrible match.

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    Chuffed as phukk for Andy Robertson, think he was about the only player who played well and thoroughly deserves to be a champion

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    take a snoozefest but a cup win anytime......listening utd??

    agree re Robbo so chuffed for the lad....he played really well tonight imo....as usual I may say

    well deserved

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahlltanyirhide View Post
    Chuffed as phukk for Andy Robertson, think he was about the only player who played well and thoroughly deserves to be a champion
    Weird game, I honestly think the early contentious penalty ruined it as a spectacle because it made Liverpool sit back for most of the game.

    Both left backs were excellent though and it's actually amazing considering all the hype of the so called forward players on both sides that they done fk all. The Kane gamble certainly didn't work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitfieldarab View Post
    Weird game, I honestly think the early contentious penalty ruined it as a spectacle because it made Liverpool sit back for most of the game.

    Both left backs were excellent though and it's actually amazing considering all the hype of the so called forward players on both sides that they done fk all. The Kane gamble certainly didn't work
    It was a mistake dropping the on form goal scorer for Kane

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    Schite game . Was it any more of a spectacle than the United game last Sunday? Just shows the pinnacle of European fitba can also be a pile of mince. Winning is everything though and the Scousers will not be giving too hoots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitfieldarab View Post
    Weird game, I honestly think the early contentious penalty ruined it as a spectacle because it made Liverpool sit back for most of the game.

    Both left backs were excellent though and it's actually amazing considering all the hype of the so called forward players on both sides that they done fk all. The Kane gamble certainly didn't work
    This 100%

    One of the weirder games I've watched. The penalty wrecked it.

    YNWA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitfieldarab View Post
    Weird game, I honestly think the early contentious penalty ruined it as a spectacle because it made Liverpool sit back for most of the game.

    Both left backs were excellent though and it's actually amazing considering all the hype of the so called forward players on both sides that they done fk all. The Kane gamble certainly didn't work
    Contentious? Every football supporter in the world would have claimed a penalty for that if it had happened against their club, not a single shred of doubt that it was handball, and yet you and stoke think it’s contentious ��

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahlltanyirhide View Post
    Contentious? Every football supporter in the world would have claimed a penalty for that if it had happened against their club, not a single shred of doubt that it was handball, and yet you and stoke think it’s contentious ��
    Sissoko had his hand up pointing for cover in his defence for a likely cross from 10 yards outside his box to when the ref gave the pen and it hits his chest then his arm. I fail to see an intentional hand ball on his behalf to gain advantage.If you watch the incident again I don't actually know who Mane is crossing it to? Its almost like he's aiming for Sissoko's outstretched arm. A game changer of a decision after 30 seconds that the ref didn't have to make imo!

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    I would say Mane deliberately hit his arm with the ball.

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    The footballing gods were shining down on Liverpool,having amassed so many points and lost the league they deserved to win something.Spurs were the better team but failed in the final third because Kane,Son and Deli never turned up.Liverpool's best players were the keeper and the back four and that just about sums it up.
    If i was to make excuses for the game they served up it would be the three week lay off and the heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUNBOAT View Post
    The footballing gods were shining down on Liverpool,having amassed so many points and lost the league they deserved to win something.Spurs were the better team but failed in the final third because Kane,Son and Deli never turned up.Liverpool's best players were the keeper and the back four and that just about sums it up.
    If i was to make excuses for the game they served up it would be the three week lay off and the heat.
    The 3 week layoff did neither team any good.

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