Liverpool hero backs Coleraine in goal row as controversy resembles 2005 Champions League strike
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Liverpool fan-favourite Luis Garcia reckons Jamie McGonigle's top two winner was 'over the line' as controversy surrounded the strike that helped Danske Bank Premiership leaders Coleraine sink chasers Linfield.
Let's face it; if any man knows about controversial goals, it's Garcia. It was his 'ghost goal' that saw Liverpool into the 2005 Champions League final, beating Chelsea. But did it cross the line?
The legitimacy of that strike has never been proven and it would seem we may face similar permanent uncertainty over McGonigle's goal.
Josh Robinson was able to scamper back and hook the ball away from goal - but referee Arnold Hunter ruled that the Linfield man hadn't got his clearance away in time to stop the ball crossing the goal-line. And the goal gave Coleraine a 2-1 win to send them seven points clear of their rivals at the top of the table.
The man himself McGonigle is convinced the officials got it right. Read what he and manager Oran Kearney had to say here.
Irish League fans are divided - but Luis Garcia knows which side of the debate he comes down on:
Over the line mate !!— Luis Garcia (@LuchoGarcia14) October 15, 2017
Here's the goal itself. Have a look and see what you think:
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Belfast Telegraph Digital