Euro 2020 – Day 6: Marginally offside

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      Finland’s second game of the tournament saw them face hosts Russia and they thought they’d scored an opening goal early in the first half but their striker Joel Pohjanpalo was offside – he was marginally offside which means that he was only just offside by maybe only a centimetre or two. A marginal decision means that it might go either way and is not always 100% clear.

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