panchester07 wrote:More question marks.. there are lot of videos up in the internet that proof that Pepe did foul Alves, and that those circling around the net showing that he didn't are fake and made in movie maker:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation ... feature=iv
(this is what the ref saw, and the original image, do you seriously blame him for pulling out the red card?)
Look at how Alves leg moves, it goes foward as to kick the ball, and then bounces back with such nature that its almost imposible to fake.
and look where the ball is and where pepe is going with his cleats, he never went for the ball. right in the tibia.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9GLU9hN ... ded#at=127
Longer video (in spanish) sorry showing the photo shop, alteration and edition of the original image...
Is Dani Alves that good, to act and imitate to the perfection, laws of physics, momentum and movement, that take place when 180 pound man, kicks another one who has one foot in the air, and rotate perfectly? i think thats nearly imposible that with 1 foot on the ground trying to kick the ball he had the strength in his supporting foot to rotate in the other direction imitating perfectly what seems to be a kick with the studs in his other leg....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8U6D1dM ... feature=iv
i would particularly like AJC's opinion on this..
draw your own conclusions,,
*LEAVES IN SUSPENSE WHILE SOME FREAKY MUSIC IS PLAYED IN THE BACKGROUND*
So what you are trying to say is that all those tv-stations showing that incidente where edited. I have a hard time beliving that.
And regarding the spin, it's kind obvious that it happens, since Pepe first touched ball and almost at the same time the ball connected with Alves foot. So no one is defying the law of physics..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsIJTfHe ... page#t=90s