Sneijder: “Howard Webb robbed us”

We have a winner for whingeing. According to Wesley Sneijder the Dutch would not have been beaten if it had not been for Howard Webb’s overtime performance. His laundry list of complaints:
Playing ten men down with Johnny Heitinga expelled in extra time, Carles Puyol should have been red carded, and Andres Iniesta’s offside goal.
Spain can counter with red cards for Mark Van Bommel, Nigel de Jong, and a penalty for Xavi when Heitinga brought him down.

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3 comments on “Sneijder: “Howard Webb robbed us”
  1. I want you to rewatch the “xavi penalty.” You do know he kicked his own foot right? It wasn’t a penalty because he brought himself down. Not only that but he kicked heitenga in the process. Even Martin Taylor saw that one.

  2. The e – I think you’re right about Xavi. But Nigel De Jong and Mark Van Bommel should not have continued.

  3. Yeah De Jong knew instantly what he done, evident by his hand raising micro seconds after he connected with Xabi.

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