Source of manuscript: New Times
On the evening of October 22nd, the Chinese Super League Jinglu faced off against life and death. Just like the first round of the match, there was again a controversial penalty.
South Korean referee Jin Xikun blew off Luneng’s goal of overtaking by the video referee Ma Ning. After the game, Luneng Korean player Jin Jingdao posted this Weibo: “Is it better or not to know a language? The referee said no foul, and VAR reminded him of a foul.” The meaning is self-evident.
韩国裁判金希坤（Jin Xikun）击败了视频专家马宁（Lu Neng）超越鲁能的目标。比赛结束后，鲁能的韩国选手金敬道在微博上发表了这样的话：“好一点还是不懂一种语言？裁判说没有犯规，VAR提醒他犯规。”这是不言而喻的。
After the first round of the game, the referee Shen Yinhao's enforcement aroused widespread discussion. The focus of this game, South Korean referee Jin Hekun law enforcement, this is also the first foreign referee law enforcement this season Super League game. The first half of the game was calm and the two sides scored a goal. Jin Xikun's law enforcement was no problem. The turning point of the game occurred in the 68th minute. Duan Liuyu scored after receiving a pass from Gerdes, but the referee Jin Xikun looked back through the video VAR and identified Gerd. First fouled, the goal was invalid. Then Guoan scored in the subsequent offensive and overtook the score.
From a logical point of view, if Jin Xikun does not blow away Luneng’s goal, there would be no Guoan’s next goal. This penalty changed the balance of victory. However, Jin Jingdao’s Weibo revealed such a message. The video referee Ma Ning reminded Jin Xikun that Luneng was suspected of fouling, and from Jin Xikun’s first point of view, he recognized Luneng’s goal.
从逻辑上看，如果金希ik不放弃鲁能的目标，那就不会有国安的下一个目标。这项处罚改变了胜利的平衡。但是，金敬道的微博透露了这样的信息。视频裁判马宁（Ma Ning）提醒金希坤（Jun Xikun）怀疑鲁能犯规，从金希坤的第一个角度来看，他承认鲁能的目标。
As for why Jin Jingdao's questioning of Jin Hekun's change of sentence is persuasive? The answer is simple. He and Jin Hekun, who understand Korean, have a direct dialogue and exchange.
Soon after posting this Weibo, Jin Jingdao emptied all of his Weibo, as a farewell to the game, but the endless complaints caused by Chinese football can be cleaned without a mouse click.
New Times reporter: Meng Xiangyi
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