British media “Just before The Bruyne equalizer, the ball went out of the touch line”… Precise analysis with 3D graphics
It was alleged that the ball went out of the touchline just before Kevin De Bruyne’s equalizer.
Real Madrid drew 1-1 with Manchester City in the first leg of the 2022-23 season European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) semifinal held at the Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid, Spain at 4:00 am (Korean time) on the 10th. The second leg will be played at Manchester City’s home on the 18th.
The match was very fierce. Man City aimed for Real’s goal based on high possession, but every time it was blocked by goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois. On the other hand, Real Madrid launched a counterattack using the left and right flanks, aiming for space behind Man City.
The opening goal went to Real Madrid. In the 36th minute of the first half, Eduardo Camavinga drove the ball from the left side and dribbled it all the way to the front. Afterwards, he passed a pass to Vinicius Junior, and the shot he hit immediately shook the net and went ahead first.
Man City pulled the reins on the attack. In the end, in the 22nd minute of the second half, The Brawiner’s fantastic mid-range shot came out and balanced the score. Real added Aurelien Chuameni and Marco Asensio to score extra points, but the match ended 1-1. 토토사이트
However, after the game was over, claims were made that the ball went out of the touchline just before De Bruyne scored. If you look closely at the scene just before The Bruiner scored, Camavinga gave possession of the ball in the process of Real counterattacking at 21:28 in the second half. The ball went to Kyle Walker. Walker immediately sent a pass forward, and Dias developed an attack as Bernardo Silva saved the ball heading for the touchline. After about 20 seconds, the two teams fought for possession, and The Brawiner finished the pass given by Ilkay Gundogan.
The scene in question is when Silva receives Walker’s pass. Britain’s ‘Bein Sports’ utilized a series of 3D camera angles to claim the ball went off the touchline in that scene. A spokesperson for ‘Bein Sports’ told the UK’s ‘Daily Mail’, “Bein’s state-of-the-art analysis system creates a virtual representation of the ball. Our technology indicates that the ball is most likely over the line. We are confident in the accuracy of the data. do,” he claimed.