Cameron thought he had marked the ball just meters away from Geelong’s goal in the final seconds Sydney 14. 6. (90) to 13. 10. (88) wins In the SCG, it is only for the referee to call in play because he believes the ball has not gone the required distance.
The feline star was stunned by the decision as the pelicans grabbed a thrilling victory, with sirens blowing just six seconds after the offline claims.
While Scott believes the judges made the wrong decision, he sympathized with officials.
“I looked at the vision and it obviously did (travel 15 meters), but it’s a different view of the referee,” he said.
“He can’t go back and redisplay the vision. It’s tough calls. Outside of intentional boundaries, that’s a tough call too, there’s pressure on everyone.”
“I think they’ll take a look at it and go, ‘Swans made some blues early, the cats made some blues afterward and we might have made some blues too,’ that’s the game unfortunately.”
Scott’s view was supported by the great Jordan Lewis in the NFL, who told Fox Footy that Cameron’s kick was “about 20 meters,” while Bulldogs legend Brad Johnson described the decision as a “boundary line,” but admitted he “saw them pay the price.” “.
The 15-meter call wasn’t the only controversial call in the final seconds, as Geelong captain Joel Sellwood left fury at the siren after the referees refused to hit a free kick to catch the ball after young James Robotom jumped from Swans’ the ball. The sirens are gone.
“If there were 10 seconds left, that catches the ball,” Johnson said. “The bell saved them. He would know how much time left.”
Lewis added, “It was smart from Rowbottom because he knew he had to catch the ball.”
“If she went out, that gives Geelong a chance to shoot the ball towards the goal, so he risked keeping the ball inside and it paid off.”
The two calls threatened to cast shadows on what was an incredibly bold win by the understated Swan side, who found themselves 29 points ahead in the first half.
Geelong led by 10 points in the final quarter before the Pelican scored the two final goals of the match, including the match winner from Tom Bubbly in the last two minutes.
Knight Tom Hickey led the Swans, who continued their exciting season with 20 dismissals and 23 strikes, while Oliver Florent added 26 kicks and two goals.
In the absence of Lance Franklin and Logan MacDonald, Hayden MacLean proved to be Sydney champion by four straight goals, while Bubbly added two main goals.
Geelong captain Joel Selwood was excellent again with 29 kicks per loss, while Cam Guthrie (30) and Mitch Duncan (29) continued their sexy form.
Recruiter Jeremy Cameron scored a hat-trick in his second match with his new club, while Gary Rohan and Bradley Close were other goalkeepers for Geelong.
Geelong has a tough assignment next week with a major rematch with Richmond on board the ship Friday night, while Sydney will face Melbourne’s lead in the MCG on Saturday night.