Certainly does. That's the whole problem with the decision, in fact. Neill wasn't moving - therefore he wasn't making a challenge on the player. The player ran into him when Neill was stationary, which means if anything it was a foul on Neill rather than the other way around. You can't foul someone if you don't move, simply.Originally Posted by Blaze
It's so harsh on Neill who has been the defender of the tournament and the backbone of a team that could well have made the final 8 to give up a penalty like that. Utterly undeserved, both in terms of the foul itself and his reputation. Have to feel for the guy.