England fans are absolutely loving the fact that Germany were knocked out of the World Cup today with the help of a VAR decision.
South Korea stunned the reigning champions 2-0 to send them crashing out at the group stage in what will go down as one of this competition’s most memorable matches.
There were initial doubts about the opener from South Korea, however, which had to await a VAR decision before being officially given.
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England fans won’t forget that Germany massively enjoyed the rub of the green back in 2010 when Frank Lampard was wrongly denied a goal against Joachim Low’s side.
Back then, there was no technology to help out referees, and they failed to see Lampard’s shot go over the line on the way to a 4-1 win for Germany against England.
Things are very different now, however, with the 2014 winners now going home and England on their way into the knockout stages.
Is football coming home? We don’t know yet, but for now at least fans are loving the fact that Germany are finally getting their comeuppance…
Karma is real . * Lampard laughing* https://t.co/EnMfNFNpiE
— Virgiawan Andrey (@virgiiiawan) June 27, 2018
— Jamie Perry (@JPerry0401) June 27, 2018
Karma hitting Germany from Lampard’s shot in South Africa
— Ed (@Edddking) June 27, 2018
VAR has knocked out Germany. Karma for the lampard goal disallowed on this day in 2010.
— Andy Brown. (@Andyy_Brown) June 27, 2018
— Sadiqur Rahman (@Sadiqur_R) June 27, 2018
Bye Bye Germany!! Karma for Lampard 2010 ??????????
— Jake Clarke ??????? (@JLClarkey13) June 27, 2018
Karma coming back around for the Germans after that 2010 Lampard goal #WorldCup2018
— Joel (@Joel_Timmins) June 27, 2018
Germany getting knocked out is karma on Lampard’s disallowed goal in 2010
— Sami (@SHuseyin97) June 27, 2018