Gary Lineker & Chris Sutton each have the identical response to Shelvey’s aim towards Sheffield


Newcastle United secured their fifth Premier League victory of the marketing campaign on the expense of Sheffield United at Bramall Lane final evening, climbing to 11th within the desk.
Allan Saint-Maximin opened his account with a header after an ideal cross from Javier Manquillo 15 minutes into the sport, and Martin Dubravka was in impressed type on the different finish for the guests to maintain Sheffield out, making three good saves within the first-half.
Newcastle discovered the again of the online with their second shot on course of the sport, with Jonjo Shelvey scoring in back-to-back Premier League video games for the very first time in his profession.
Andy Carroll was flagged offside by the linesman after placing the midfielder by on aim with a flick, however the referee waved play on and the Newcastle star scored.
Sheffield defenders didn’t hassle to go after Shelvey, whereas goalkeeper Dean Henderson solely made a half-hearted try to avoid wasting the trouble.
A fast VAR test confirmed Carroll was onside in the course of the build-up to the aim, and it rightly stood.
Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker and BBC pundit Chris Sutton each agreed enjoying to the whistle stays essential, reacting thus to the controversial aim on Twitter:

Simply seen the Jonjo Shelvey aim. Was inevitable that this may occur sooner or later. Play to the whistle has by no means been extra essential.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) December 5, 2019

Shelvey 2-0 … why did the official put his flag up?? Properly accomplished Shelvey play to the whistle 👏👏
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) December 5, 2019

Ridiculous flag up from official in Newcastle recreation…
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) December 5, 2019

Sheffield have themselves accountable for not following the very first thing you might be informed as a teenager enjoying soccer, struggling their fourth lack of the marketing campaign because of this.
The victory is a large enhance for Newcastle, with seven locations and 5 factors now between them and the relegation zone after choosing up 19 factors of their opening 15 league video games of the season.

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