Among the rarest of funny things in football, is the referee changing the direction of the ball without goals. But what happens if the referee or referee changes direction and scores a goal in football? What happens if the referee touches the ball?
Even the question of 'What? Has the referee ever scored a goal by accident? ' It looks amazing and if it doesn't make sense. They are the referees, after all, they have to decide the game so that the winner can be found legally and the goals can be scored legally according to the 17 rules of the game of football. But what does it mean for a referee to score a goal, which is an advantage for the opposing team?
These are just a few examples of referees' goals. In September 2001, Brian Savill a mastermind of Bromley's big rematch between Earls Colne and Wimpole 2000, scored a goal for Wimpole.
However, the goal did not help Wimpole, as they were beaten 20-2 on aggregate, but four months later the referee resigned after being told he would be suspended by the Football Association.
In May 2019, referee Maurice Paarhuis scored for the HSV Hoek team in a game against the Harkemase Boys in a fourth-tier game in the Netherlands. The goal however did not help HSV who were beaten 4-2.
In 1986, tragedy befell referee Ahmet Akçay when he accidentally connected with the last-minute ball of the game that gave victory to MKE Ankaragücü in a Turkish league match against Besiktas. The referee supervised the goal, which remained with Ankaragücü emerging with a 1-0 victory.
Perhaps the goal would not have been scored by Besiktas being called the league champions, as at the end of the league Besiktas finished with the same score as champion Galatasaray but with just one goal difference. Many remember the referee's goal made that difference.
Prior to that year, in 1983 there was a Brazilian Premier League match between Santos and Palmeiras, where referee José de Assis Aragão found himself scoring a goal that helped Santos to a 3-1 victory. Until the 90th minute, Santos were leading 2-1, but in the second minute of extra time referee Aragão unfortunately scored the goal and provoked Palmeiras fans.
However, the sport rules have been amended by the FIFA to ensure fair game. Subscribe to my channel and share my content so as to receive hot news.
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