- United Kingdom
Tsunoda and Perez have now scored as many penalties as Switzerland and Spain did in their QF shootout the other night.
But that's really the point; at times it is deemed legal, because no penalty is issued, and then suddenly it is not.It's a cop out because if you assess a penalty or not based on some prior decisions and circumstances dilutes the facts of the legality of the move. Is this move legal? If no, then its a penalty.