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FA Cup: Why was Wolves' game-winning goal against Liverpool disallowed?

In the FA Cup Third Round, Wolves defender Toti thought he scored the game-winning goal against Liverpool, but the goal was controversially disallowed. Here, find out why.



FA Cup: Why was Wolves' game-winning goal against Liverpool disallowed?
FA Cup: Why was Wolves' game-winning goal against Liverpool disallowed?

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An exciting 2022-23 FA Cup Third Round match between Liverpool and Wolverhampton ended in a draw, forcing a rematch. Goncalo Guedes put Wolves ahead after Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson made a terrible mistake and handed the ball away.


Liverpool equalized on a stunning left-footed volley from Darwin Nunez, and then took the lead with a Mohamed Salah side-footed shot. Then, Wolverhampton Wanderers' backup goalkeeper Hwang Hee-chan stepped into the game and scored on an unfortunate bounce off his side to force extra time.


However, when Toti Gomes clipped home an apparent game-winning goal for Wolves, the linesman flagged him for offside earlier in the play. With the game finishing in a tie, the two sides will now have to face once again, and the Reds manager, Jurgen Klopp, has often stated his distaste for replays.

 

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FA Cup: Why was Wolves' game-winning goal against Liverpool disallowed?


FA Cup: Why was Wolves' game-winning goal against Liverpool disallowed?
FA Cup: Why was Wolves' game-winning goal against Liverpool disallowed?

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Why was Toti Gomes' winner vs Liverpool ruled out?

The thrilling 2-2 draw was met with much consternation at the stadium when the final-minute goal was ruled offside. The goal was disallowed for offside following a lengthy review by VAR, and the game finished in a tie. As far as anybody could tell from the broadcast angles, neither Toti Gomes nor any other Wolves player was offside when the goal was disallowed.


The most important part is that when the ball was passed back to Nunes after he had taken the corner, he was in an offside position, as seen by the assistant referee on the pitch, who could see the whole field, unlike the television cameras controlled by ITV. It was ruled offside on the field, and VAR official Dean had no reason to overturn the decision. ITV was in charge of the cameras, but they missed the decisive moment.


"The Wolves (third) disallowed goal was due to (very experienced) assistant flagging for offside against corner taker when the ball was returned to him. There was no camera angle available with any evidence to overturn the decision", BBC Sport has subsequently elaborated.



2021-2022 FA Cup prize money: How much do the champions get?

The FA Cup is the oldest soccer tournament in the world. 174 teams participate in the competition. Here, check out how much the champion will get.


Leicester City's Hamza Choudhury and goalkeeper Danny Ward celebrate with the trophy

FA Cup: Why was Wolves' game-winning goal against Liverpool disallowed?
FA Cup: Why was Wolves' game-winning goal against Liverpool disallowed?

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The FA Cup is the oldest soccer tournament in the world, it was played for the first time in the 1871-72 season. The FA Cup is played by teams from the Premier League, the English Football League, and the five divisions below it. The teams that reached the 2021-2022 Fa Cup semi-finals are Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, and Crystal Palace.


On Saturday, April 16, The Citizens and The Reds will face each other at Wembley Stadium for a place in the final. While on Sunday, April 17, The Blues and The Eagles will meet at the same field for the other place. In this sense, the final is set to be played on Saturday, May 14 at Wembley Stadium.


Leicester City won the tournament in 2021 after beating Chelsea 1-0. The Foxes were crowned FA Cup winners for the first time and became the 44th team to win the competition. Besides earning a large amount of money, the winning team qualifies directly to the group stage of the Europa League.



FA Cup: Why was Wolves' game-winning goal against Liverpool disallowed?
FA Cup: Why was Wolves' game-winning goal against Liverpool disallowed?

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How much is the prize money of the FA Cup?

A Premier League team that enters in the third round and goes on to win the FA Cup would net that club a total of US $4,625,000. The payments of the 2021-2022 FA Cup are the same as last season's total. In addition, the 174 teams that participate in the cup earn money.


The extra preliminary round winners earn $1,470 (£1,125). The team that succeeds in becoming champion earn: $2,440,000. While the runner-up $1,220,000.



FA Cup prize money breakdown in 2022

1st Round winners: $30,000 2nd Round winners: $46,000 3rd Round winners: $111,000 4th Round winners: $122,000 5th Round winners: $244,000 Quarter-final winners: $488,000 Semi-final losers: $610,000 Semi-final winners: $1,220,000 Runner-up: $1,220,000 Champion: $2,440,000

 

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Date: 9/1/2023




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