Video- Andy Carroll Disallowed goal vs Chelsea FA Cup Final 2012 Petr Cech Save

By Soccer Blog | May 5, 2012

This disallowed Carroll goal vs Chelsea ( VIDEO BELOW) was a turning point in Liverpool’s 2-1 loss to Chelsea in the FA Cup final on May 5, 2012, Saturday. With the game at 2-1, Carroll headed the ball at the back post and moved away to celebrate, but Petr Cech pulled off an amazing save to keep his side ahead.

Video- Carroll’s disallowed goal against Chelsea- Petr Cech save

Chelsea 2-1 Liverpool ( Carroll disallowed goal 82′)

Liverpool players protested at the assistant’s decision, and Luis Suarez got a yellow card for dissent.

( Credits of this Carroll disallowed goal v Chelsea video with uploaders)

53 Comments so far
  1. tilo July 22, 2012 7:31 pm

    I am a chelsea fan and I say the ball crossed the line
    But it did not cross fully the FIFA Offical rule is a goal is a goal when the WHOLE ball crossed the line
    🙂

  2. Jordan April 6, 2013 5:53 pm

    I am a liverpool fan and I say that it clearly crossed the line.

    The WHOLE ball did cross the line although Cech got a hand to it.

    We need FIFA goal line technology otherwise this will go on forever, there will be suspicion and disptues but you can’t change it. It’s like Luis Garcia goal in the Champions League against the same team in 2005, it clearly crossed the line. If you look at it carefully, you will find it is a 100% goal.

    F*** OFF CHELSEA FANS 🙂

  3. poorliverpoolchav April 19, 2013 3:30 pm

    whole ball not over line. stop crying jordan, you chav

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