Sunderland trailed Arsenal 2-1 when Jozy Altidore appeared to score the equalizing goal in the 2nd half. I say “appeared” because if you look at the replay, you see the ball completely cross the goal line before an Arsenal player kicks it out of the goal. The goal was disallowed because of something to do with an advantage that Duffy or Cardillo will explain to you someday. A few minutes later Arsenal scored to make it 3-1.
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Breaking down barriers.
The Rio Olympics must be canceled immediately.
The Philadelphia 76ers must trade Jahlil Okafor this offseason.
Rob Ryan Called Last Two Years in New Orleans "Waste of Time," Wants You to Know He Did Damn Good Job
Rob Ryan, still confident.