Andrew Redmayne entered the 14th minute of extra time in the selection Australia With a mission: to be decisive in penalties and Qualify against Peru. And I did. The 33-year-old goalkeeper, who plays for Sydney FC, was the World Cup replay champion and drew attention with his jumps and dance before kicks. But he committed a foul, according to Sandro Mira Ricci.
In the center of the whistle sports The referee and former commentator analyzed Redmayne’s position before the kicks and indicated that jumping off the goal line should lead to the bidding being cancelled.
We know that the goalkeeper used to move before he jumped forward. The rule states that before the kick, the goalkeeper must remain on the goal line. If he takes that rebound forward right now and takes his feet off the line, it’s erratic and he can’t validate the defense – Sandro assesses.
Australia goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne drew attention with his penalty kick dance against Peru (Photo: Mohamed Dabbous/Reuters)
Richie reiterated that Redmayne’s jump to defend Valera’s free kick was fantastic. The offenses were committed before the kick, when the Australian goalkeeper danced to distract the opponents.
– From the angles of the transmission, I’m not sure if he’s really, when he’s going forward, taking his feet off the line. The impression he makes is that he leaves the goal line and, when he leaves, commits a foul. There is VAR, VAR did not play. But, as a rule, if he left, the charge was irregular.
“The offense occurs when the Peruvian starts running, starts jumping, and then jumps a little bit forward,” Sandro says.
The Australia They beat Peru on penalties after a 0-0 draw in regular and extra time and will enter Group D of the World Cup alongside France, Denmark and Tunisia.
Best moment: Australia 0 (5) x (4) 0 Peru, in the 2022 World Cup play-off
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