The fact soccer doesn't yet have goal line technology is a disgrace. Despite what the commentator's say, that may well have been a goal. There's cm's in it and to go by the human eye of someone 35 metres away in this day and age is ridiculous. At the very least there should be a camera on the inside of the post so that it can be reviewed properly.
Agree with this totally, decisions like this are so important in this day and age as it can cause teams to lose millions of pounds, although i don't think the whole of the ball crossed the whole of the line today, definitive prove needs to be in place, other sports like Cricket and Rugby have them so why not Football. I know the argument for not having Technology is that it will slow the game down, but surely it is better to have the correct decisions. In reality it only takes up to 30 seconds for the replays to say what the decision should be, one way or the other. I'm not into having technology for every decision but surely it is a must for whether the ball is over the line as managers jobs and crucial relegation and championship destination can be decided on weather a ball is over the line. If Fifa doesn't want Technology to slow down the game then surely a system like in Tennis were you can have so many calls in a set could be put in place in Football were each team could have 3 referrals per match.
On a totally different agenda just heard Messi has scored 4 goals in Barcelona's latest win to take his goal tally to 72 for the season, i know Barcelona and Madrid are way above the rest in Spain and probably Europe but that is staggering the guy really is a genius, hard to believe he could score that many goals in one season and yet if Barcelona lose the cup final they will of won nothing this season.