Social media reacted to the theory that FIFA rules state that should all outfield players leave the field of play to celebrate a goal, the opposition are allowed to kick off…
Absolute clueless no team can do it and no ref would allow it. The players were in the opposing half celebrating like every team does Tripp was prob just being overly cautious which is not a bad thing.
— Has Emery (@b4ggi0_) June 19, 2018
Complete rubbish. The laws state players have to be in there own half and nothing about celebrating off the pitch.
— Mike Underwood (@woodymike84) June 19, 2018
FIFA rules state rhat all players must be in their own half of the field of play before kick off is allowed to commence. This theory doing the rounds isn't true.
— World Cup Willo (@TPDWillo) June 19, 2018
So as the FIFA rules have ruled that theory out, it has still got us questioning why could they possibly be doing this?
Away from those the theory, there were rave reviews for Trippier who shoned throughout the game…
Was it me or was Kieran Trippier the best player on the pitch?
— Paul Newman ? (@Paul_NewmanDM) June 18, 2018
Harry Kane named man of the match. Two poacher’s finishes, great movement to find the space. Kieran Trippier excellent, created six chances. Good subs by Southgate. #eng
— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) June 18, 2018
Kieran Trippier created six goalscoring opportunities, more than any other player has managed so far in this World Cup. Thought he was decent tonight
— Alan Myers (@ALANMYERSMEDIA) June 18, 2018
And we’ll leave it on this incredible stat…
6 – Kieran Trippier created six goalscoring chances versus Tunisia – only one player has created more in a single World Cup game for England since 1966 (David Beckham, 7 vs Trinidad and Tobago in 2006). Delivery. #WorldCup #Eng pic.twitter.com/NgI3EnZ79L
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) June 19, 2018
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