Euro 2012 has showcased some terrific football and some terrible officiating. The latter certainly continued in Donetsk during England and Ukraine's Group D match.
Marko Devic's shot looped goalwards via a deflection off of Joe Hart clearly crossed the line, yet the additional official beside the goal (AKA the human chocolate teapot) nor the linesman awarded the joint hosts a goal as the scurrying John Terry cleared the ball.
The linesman had already fouled up by not flagging Devic offside when he was a yard ahead of the play as he received the ball. Moments before that he had also failed to flag Artem Milevskiy, whose header narrowly went over, when in an offside position.
Uefa and Fifa remain resistant to officials consulting replays, but with referees and linesmen standards getting worse, it is the logical solution. Here's why...
1966 and all that...
Roy Carroll's Old Trafford infamy, January 2005
Liverpool are helped over the line in the 2005 Champions League semi-final
A pivotal moment in West Ham's successful bid to avoid relegation at Ewood Park, 2007
Watford v Reading, 2008
Karma for 1966 in 2010
Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League
Gomes recovers after his howler saw the ball trickle towards the line, but the myopic linesman gave Chelsea the goal with Spurs 1-0 up. The Blues won 2-1 courtesy of an offside goal
Everyone thinks Sulley Muntari makes it 2-0 to Milan against Juventus, but the goal isn't given. Juve draw the game 1-1 and go unbeaten for the entire 2011/12 season
QPR should have gone 1-0 up but don't. They lose 2-1
John Terry at the centre of Chelsea's wrongly awarded goal
And this wasn't given either...