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The escape between man United and Chelsea

In the third round of the Premier League 2020/21, Man United and Chelsea both escaped thanks to goals scored in compensatory minutes.

The third round of the Premier League 2020/21 had dramatic matches on the first day of the match, with the focus on the two big guys Man United and Chelsea. These two matches, although they have different scores, but share the same scenario.

That was the last-minute goal. However, despite the same scenario, the two teams showed clearly different signs.

Man United have always been lucky?
The match against Brighton will go into the history of the VAR when the referee blows to the end of the match, but still changes his decision to refer to the VAR and give Man United the chance to have 3 points. Under the rules of FIFA, referee Chris Kavanagh did not make a mistake.
Accuracy is more important for granted in this industrial football age. A goal is not small at all if it is the decisive factor at the end of the season, especially the ranking of the European Cup. Losing a goal, sometimes dragging the club away tens of millions of pounds the following season. Therefore, the correctness is to re-establish the “market fairness” for football investors.
However, the accuracy of the above law is wrong with football rules for hundreds of years. For more than a century, audiences have been accustomed to the fact that when the whistle ends a match, that means closing the script, not editing, not changing. However, it is clear that referee Kavanagh broke that rule. Basically, the “time limit” story in FIFA’s law on VAR is still lax and ambiguous.

Certainly, there will have to be more detailed adjustments so that this “no time limit” will be shortened within the date of the match or how many hours after the whistle ends the match. In general, teams can completely complain about the results from the 2018 World Cup,

However, that is the story of FIFA. What is more interesting is the story of Man United. In their resurrection scenario against Brighton, what signs are they leaving?

First, still have to mention the defense. The defense line of Man United was broken, there was no good communication between the four defenders, it had no connection with the midfield. However, the most to blame person in the defense must be Maguire with inherent weaknesses: slow, clumsy maneuvering, weak hand-to-hand disputes and inaccurate passing.

The modern center-back is defined differently than it was 20 years ago. Defensive qualities are taken for granted, and a center-back with only good defensive qualities is enough to be considered fairly average. The midfielder’s requirement now must also be the ability to pass the ball at all distances. And Maguire, before Brighton, did not have good passes for Man United to organize the game right from the home (build from back).

Second, midfield continues to be a disaster. Paul Pogba played soulless, unworthy of being one of Man United’s most expensive midfielders.
In defensive support, the midfield was poor, in the organization of the midfield was also ungainly when it did not fulfill the task of rotating and coordinating the ball. Fred did not go into the field much better. And in the match Bruno Fernandes was not in his best form, Man United became completely useless.

Solskjaer’s problem is also a backup factor to change tactics when it is difficult. The fact that he put Van de Beek and Bailly in place of Martial and Greenwood to turn to play 3-4-2-1 was almost ineffective. Although United eventually won the match, the pressure they put on their opponents after the substitution was not at all obvious. To be blunt, they win by luck, something they’ve been “assigned” to for so long.

Luck does not stay forever. If at Man United there are no positive changes in every person, from head coach to player, their future will be full of risks and uncertainties. This is a really worrying sign and if the progress of their season continues like this, it will not be far from “counting the number of games remaining” for Solskjaer.

The most exciting speed sports in the world (part 1)

The most exciting speed sports in the world (part 1)

In addition to football – the most favorite king sport in the world, sailing, racing of GP, horse racing, dog racing, F1 racing, etc. are also popular sports around the world. Let’s check out the most exciting sports that are all about speed!

1. Sailing

Sailing is considered one of the toughest and most dangerous sports. The type of racing boat is actually very expensive sports yachts. It is said that this is a noble sport. Sailing firm Northrop & Johnson is one of the major suppliers of this type of sport, such as the 26 million UAD “Mr. Terrible” or the “Gallant Lady” that costs up to 42,5 million USD.

2. Horse racing 

Horse racing is one of the oldest sports in mankind. Previously, to find a good racing horse, people often consider Arab racing horses because of their incredible speed. Over the centuries, Arab racing horses are still strong, brave, fast-paced horses with the greatest stamina. Although it is popular, to really play this sport, one has to spend thousands of dollars on buying horses and nurturing them.

3. F1 racing:

The most exciting speed sports in the world (part 1)

Formula 1 racing is a very good adventure sport. Each game burns up 70 liters of fuel for 100 km, gathers a team of up to 100 people to serve the race. Not only a competition to win between teams, but it is also the race of humanity to conquer time limits. The famous F1 racing is always a place to show off the top technology platform of the automobile industry.

The philosophy “Nothing backward by yesterday’s technology” is the intellectual power of the F1 racing sport. Although there is not much movement, F1 requires drivers to have physical strength. 2 kg is the average weight that a rider loses after each race.

5 most popular sports in the world

Football (about 3.5 billion people).

Football has simple and easy rules to play. This helps football become the most popular sport in the world. Football grows at a very fast pace and has wide coverage throughout the planet. Currently, cities in the world often have one or several teams of their own. Every match is always a surprise to viewers.

Cricket (about 2.5 billion people).

Today the sport is mostly played in the countries of Oceania, West Indies (the Caribbean and North Atlantic), South Africa and the British Isles. It has a large fan base because it is popular in populous countries like India, Pakistan, Indonesia, and the United Kingdom. In the early 1700s, this sport was popular with the complete legal system.

Cricket also included two 11-player teams competing against each other. But this law allows games to last until the winner is selected. So there was a cricket match that took place until 5 days before it ended.

Field hockey (about 2 billion people).

Hockey is a sport with a ball. Each team has 11 players. This discipline was originally developed separately in Europe and Asia from the 3rd century BC. But it was not until the nineteenth century that the British developed the discipline and the existing law system, and spread it to their colonial regions.

India, Pakistan, Australia, and the Netherlands are the strongest countries in this category. In North America, the number of hockey players is high.

Tennis (about 1 billion people).

If only counting the subjects that take place between the two players, tennis is the most popular subject on the planet. This subject has a history of development before the 14th century. By the middle of the 19th century, this subject had a modern system of laws. Tennis attracts many players.

Volleyball (about 900 million people).

Volleyball is a sport with relatively simple rules. The match may take place on grass, cement yard or sand court. Volleyball was first held at the Olympics in 1964. The United States and Brazil were the two countries that dominated beach volleyball.