Maybe! but match of the day 2, timed Bellamys Goal celebration & the substitution (Both happened in "added" time) with these stoppages accounted for, the match should have been stopped at 95 minutes & 26 seconds, Owen scored on 95 minutes 27 seconds!! Take into account that all a referee does is pause his stopwatch with every break in play, a referees watch will never read 95 minutes, they blow the whistle when their stopwatch says 90, & the fact the stoppages for the whole second half have not been examined then you have to say a discrepancy of one second is absolutely no issue at all & I say this as a Neutral
Im a Arsenal fan, 1 second is a huge issue when it stops United getting 2 extra points
Not really, originally 4 mins where given, the goal in injury time added 1 minuted and a sub adds 30 seconds. therefore all went as it should have.
Anyway it could have been city that scored in that time
The ref doesnt have to play the time the fourth offical gives, its up to him what he adds on. The ref was just going to blow the whistle before United knocked it in the last time. He looked towards the touchline where Fergie was going bananas and the look on his face was sort of, one last attack so, and they scored.
Its just typical United, its always happens them. Refs are generally just spineless when it comes to Old Trafford. Im so bitter about it