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Fans said that custodian Vicario had done something wrong, and he was booked for his comments.
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Fans are upset that Nathan Ake’s goal against Tottenham on Friday night was cleared.

Manchester City beat Tottenham in the fourth round of the FA Cup thanks to a late goal from Ake. He poked the ball home from a few yards out after Guglielmo Vicario failed to deal with a Kevin De Bruyne corner.

For his protests, the home custodian got a yellow card from referee Paul Tierney. He and his teammates said Ruben Dias fouled them before the goal.

Vicario made it to the corner to punch it, but Dias jumped on top of him and knocked him off balance before Ake could get to a loose ball and score the winning goal.

Some fans are angry about the decision, which isn’t clear since a goal was called off earlier in the season when Manuel Akanji fought with Alisson Becker during City’s draw with Liverpool in November.
One person on X (formerly Twitter) said, “That’s definitely a foul on Vicario.” “He can’t miss that if Dias isn’t blocking it,” I said.

“THAT IS 100% A FOUL,” said another. Another fan brought up the Akanji episode and wrote, “Akanji on Alisson = Foul.” If Dias plays Vicario, it’s not a foul.

Specsavers, an eyeglass store, joked, “VAR has #TheTraitors on their screens and not the game.”
While he was focused on the ball, Ake said after the game that he wasn’t sure if the goal should have been called off because he hadn’t seen it happen.

“To be fair,” he told ITV, “I don’t know what happened.” I didn’t feel anything because I only saw the ball in front of me and put it in. I need to see it again.

“We’re so glad.” So glad. Even though it was tough, I think we played great the whole time. We had to score, and after that, it didn’t happen again for a long time. So I asked myself, “Is it going to happen?” We were lucky to get it in, though.

Ange Postecolglou, the manager of Tottenham, didn’t argue with the ruling.

The angry Australian said, “I believe the choice has been made, and we must accept it.” They are the best team to play against and will make you suffer.

“The test was too hard for us.” It doesn’t mean anything different for us; we’ll keep going the way we are.

Share this story or leave a comment on it: Tottenham fans are LOUD about the decision to let Nathan Ake’s goal stand in their FA Cup loss to Manchester City, even though Guglielmo Vicario and Ruben Dias collided. They are blaming the decision made in the previous game.

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