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Sport Rangers vs Hibs refereeing flashpoints assessed as Don Robertson performance put under the microscope

13:45  21 september  2020
13:45  21 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Hibs against Rangers at Easter Road rarely disappoints as a footballing spectacle and despite the absence of 20,000 fanatical souls in the stands, Sunday's encounter continued the trend.

Jack Ross’ side took the lead through Drey Wright before the Ibrox men bounced back through Alfredo Morelos and a scintillating team goal finished by Scott Arfield.

Hibs looked momentarily rocked but they rebounded after a brilliant cross from Martin Boyle was met by towering Christian Doidge for the equaliser.

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Both teams had excellent chances with a goalmouth scramble leading to a sound reflex stop from Jon McLaughlin while both Ryan Kent and Arfield passed up gilt-edged opportunities.

While the action ebbed and flowed with both teams gaining and losing moment at various points the largely even spectacle and the aggressive spirit that the game was played with meant a testing afternoon for referee Don Robertson.

While far from a dirty encounter, there was a succession of big calls for the man in the middle with TV pundits putting a number of them under the post-match microscope.

Here we look at the four major incidents and ask if the referee called them right or wrong.

Martin Boyle offside call

This is the easiest one to call when you have the benefit of replays as Boyle is clearly half a yard ahead of Filip Helander when Joe Newell slips the ball forward.

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While the winger’s whole body isn’t clear of the last defender the rules states: “A player is in an offside position if any part of the head, body or feet is nearer to the opponents’ goal line than both the ball and the second-last opponent.”

Boyle bends his run from off to onside, so while the linesman was in line to make the call, you can absolutely see why it wasn’t given.

That said, this is a clear and obvious mistake and if VAR have been available, it would certainly have been ruled out.

Verdict: Offside

Christian Doidge penalty claim

Rangers were rocking after losing the equaliser and this stramash nearly put the Edinburgh side in front.

Drey Wright’s teasing cross was met by Ryan Porteous whose close-range shot was well stopped by Jon McLaughlin before the rebound bounced around the six-yard-box.

Christian Doidge seemed to take an eternity to get on the end of it before falling backwards amid a fresh-air swipe.

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The striker claimed furiously for a foul but the referee ignored his pleas.

On closer inspection he did look to have been pulled back via Rangers defender Borna Barisic left arm and a penalty could easily have been awarded.

Verdict: Penalty

Paul Hanlon strikes Ianis Hagi

Paul Hanlon holding a football ball © Rangers FC/PA Images

When challenging for the ball in midfield, defender Paul Hanlon cut across Ianis Hagi and caught him in the face.

Hanlon naughtily raises his arm in the direction of Hagi but the test for it becoming a sending off for ‘serious foul play’ is quite stringent.

The IFAB rules state “A tackle or challenge that endangers the safety of an opponent or uses excessive force or brutality must be sanctioned as serious foul play.

While striking Hagi with the elbow could endanger him, Hanlon doesn’t appear to use much force and the movement doesn’t seem likely to fall into the threshold of brutality which is defined as: “An act which is savage, ruthless or deliberately violent”.

Hanlon was booked for the challenge which seems, on balance, the correct decison.

Verdict: Yellow card

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Ryan Porteous off the ball incident with Alfredo Morelos

a group of men playing a game of football © Rangers FC/PA Images

With the ball over 50 yards away, the aggressive Hibs defender clattered into Morelos forcefully from behind with a shoulder barge, leaving the Colombian striker sprawling on the deck.

Former Rangers star Andy Halliday said on Sportscene he felt this was a red card as it was an off the ball incident.

Because there was no challenge for the ball it would fall under the rules for ‘‘violent conduct’ rather than ‘serious foul play’.

Violent conduct is defined as: “when a player uses or attempts to use excessive force or brutality against an opponent when not challenging for the ball, or against a team-mate, team official, match official, spectator or any other person, regardless of whether contact is made.

“In addition, a player who, when not challenging for the ball, deliberately strikes an opponent or any other person on the head or face with the hand or arm, is guilty of violent conduct unless the force used was negligible.”

While the big defender was aggressive and the incident took place off the ball, he did not touch Morelos' face and the contact would struggle to meet the brutality threshold as it was a shoulder to shoulder barge.

While an argument that he displays excessive force is valid in the sense the challenge needn’t have been made, this interpretation isn’t necessarily in the spirit of how the rules have been worded.

Excessive force is meant to give the impression of an over the top physicality in the action of the offending player, and any argument the barge meets this criteria would be a difficult one to convince with.

Verdict: Yellow card

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