Eric García, defender of the Spanish soccer team, spoke this Sunday about the goal of Kylian Mbappé in possible offside that supposed the so much of the victory of France and noted that the referee explained to him that by touching the ball, he played the ball to break the illegal play.
“They throw the ball behind their back and I shoot myself, I touch it with the cue and Mbappé is offside. The referee tells me that since I touch it with the cue, I intend to play the ball and he explains that I should move away and that that is the rule. It is a play that is clearly offside in which a defender can never move away from there in his life, “he said on Spanish Television.
Eric García described the defeat as “hard” because, in his opinion, Spain made “a great game” except in a few minutes in the first and second part.
“The first ten minutes we were not very fine but from then on we have been good. The team has shown personality, we have been up. Then in the second half the crossbar of Follow, then ours the goal and a shame they tied so quickly, “he said.
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