Liverpool's Luis Suarez has seen his season tally increased to 15 after an own-goal was reversed in his favour – but why did he get the benefit of a committee when Manchester City’s Alvaro Negredo did not?
On the surface of things, it seems like a mini-travesty.
During Liverpool’s 4-1 win over West Ham, Joey O’Brien was credited with an own-goal after Suarez’s shot took a massive deflection off the defender.
A few weeks earlier, Negredo’s volley went in off Sandro during City’s 6-0 thumping of Tottenham.
Both were initially given as own-goals, but the Premier League’s infamous ‘Dubious GoalsRead More »from Why did Suarez get own-goal reversed when Negredo didn’t?