Angelo Ogbonna grabbed Sergio Aguero under the belt and managed to avoid a penalty during Man City vs West Ham in the Premier League.
Manchester City and West Ham were set to face each other last week in the Premier League. However, the match was postponed due to Storm Ciara. The clash was rescheduled and found its place in the middle of this week.
City’s star striker Sergio Aguero looked good to add to his tally in the first half when he found himself free in the area. However, West Ham’s Angelo Ogbonna prevented the goal in the weirdest of ways; by grabbing him by the b*lls.
Angelo Ogbonna grabbed Sergio Aguero under the belt and managed to avoid a penalty
One way to stop Aguero shooting pic.twitter.com/3rEukucpbK
— jambon (@Ianbeverley) February 19, 2020
Ogbonna agarrou Aguero e a arbitragem não deu pênalti. Passamos dos 25 minutos em @ManCity 0-0 @WestHam, jogo ao vivo na ESPN Brasil, comigo e @_paulo_andrade_ No estádio, em Manchester, @ngedra #PremierLeagueNaESPN pic.twitter.com/FvZEojiXbq
— Mauro Cezar (@maurocezar) February 19, 2020
Ogbonna grabbing Aguero’s bollocks. No penalty apparently pic.twitter.com/76UhP3ld1r
— Matthew (@minstrel69) February 19, 2020
Man’s literally stopping Aguero from scoring by grabbing him by the balls. Is the power out in the VAR room or? pic.twitter.com/Svx0ngGSbh
— Akio Fernandes ✠ (@BlueWolf_09) February 19, 2020
Somehow, the Italian defender avoided giving away a penalty with VAR not even checking the blatant act of impeding.
Manchester City eventually took the lead in the 30th minute of the match when Rodri headed a corner from Kevin De Bruyne, handing the Belgian his 16th Premier League assist of the season. At the time of writing, an hour has passed on the clock. City have a 2 goal lead with De Bruyne scoring the second.
A win here will steer City 4 points clear off Leicester City who are currently sitting at 3rd place with 50 points. However, they would still be 22 points off first place Liverpool who look set to walk away this season as first time Premier League champions.
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