cowboyfromhell wrote:Gh0st.IRE wrote:Plus, lets consider that Nani is trying to control the ball, as he's entitled to, and now Arbaloa is coming for the ball, as he is entitled to do. The two players more or less collide with each other while trying to get the ball- noone actually sets out to tackle the other one.
That may be, but I don't see what relevance this has to whether a situation is dangerous or not?
You're then booking the player for playing the game. How can tell a player they need to let the ball touch the ground before controlling it otherwise someone could run into their boot and you'll be sent off. Imagine how slow football would be to watch!
Inter Milan were dreadful last night against Spurs. Bale is quality but not nearly on the level the media are hyping him on.