According to the “Sun” report, after the controversial goal of the Manchester Derby, IFAB may revise the rules
City were annoyed that B Fee’s equalizer was ruled invalid before Rashford scored the lead.
In the controversial goal, the referee believed that Rashford did not interfere with the Manchester City defender.
This is also one of the controversies brought about by the offside rule. In the FA Cup match between Liverpool and Wolves, Salah scored an “offside” goal when Wolves defender Todi “intentionally” passed the ball.
The header went out.
With referees’ lack of enforcement of the rules in international competitions, IFAB will be under intense pressure to deliver some definitive results when they meet at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday.
A prominent IFAB insider has admitted that the offside rule is a gray area that needs to be addressed.
The first step is to identify “intentional” defensive moves and provide specific examples of what is blocking the ball, none of which should be intentional.
If the rules are fixed, then Salah’s goal should be disallowed, because Todi barely reached the ball, and then he found Salah behind him.
But Saturday’s game at Old Trafford showed that the referee needed more guidance on whether the player was interfering with an opponent, with City’s defense thinking the linesman would raise the flag before Ederson struck
, did not give Rashford a big angle.
They couldn’t believe the goal was disallowed after the linesman raised the flag.