Beerschot's Nicoletta den Ridder somehow manages to scoop a rebound over the bar from a yard against Ajax. Oops
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From the May 2011 issue of FourFourTwo: the most outrageous officials and dodgy decisions
The 1982 World Cup semi, and Harald Schumacher does nothing for (West) Germany's image by destroying France's Patrick Battiston. He wasn't even booked.
Germany, 2010: shot hits bar, bounces down near six-yard line, ref gives goal. Frank Lampard weeps openly.
Germany '06: Graham Poll gives Josip Simunic more cards than Hallmark.
Watford-Reading, and Stuart Attwell sees a goal from another dimension.
There's nobody within half a mile, but the dive gets the spot-kick. For shame!
Ref says Totti dived, sends him off, gives South Korea a penalty
Roy Carroll fumbles Pablo Mendes' shot a metre over the line. No goal, obviously.
Ben Thatcher elbows Pedro Mendes into hospital. Dermot Gallagher gives him a yellow card. Man's game, etc.
Brazil, 2006: Last minute, home side trailing, shot goes wide. Ballboy knocks in a different ball. Goal is given.
South Africa 2010: Frank Lampard's "equaliser" is ruled out. Germany go on to crush England.
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