Róbert Mak appeared on cue near the post, and steered it past the goalie. The ball looked to have taken a deflection on the way in, but he's claiming it!
It was counted as an own goal.
That rule was sawn in SVT's EM studio.
- Since the ball is not on its way into the goal, it becomes an own goal.
It feels horrible, it's a crazy rule.
If I were a referee, I would have liked to put a real goal scorer there.
That this should be an end in itself is a joke, says referee expert Jonas Eriksson.
- It means a lot that he does not get the goal even though he did it, says host André Pops.
"Stiff and does not promote positive football"
- Yes, absolutely, but what to do?
Rules must be followed, says guest expert Ola Toivonen, long-term injured and rehab with Malmö FF for the rest of the season.
- It is rigid and absolutely not conducive to positive football, we want goal scorers and when you have acted in this way, you should get it in the minutes, Jonas Eriksson adds.
Daniel Nannskog sees more benefits in changing the rule.
- Then you would not have to have scapegoats and hang them out that way. Rather give the goal to a hero. Now it will be Szczesny who gets this bad stamp, says the expert Daniel Nannskog.