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“Carlos Augusto's hand at Inter Lecce? It's not a penalty, definitely not,” Roque explains.

“Carlos Augusto's hand at Inter Lecce? It's not a penalty, definitely not,” Roque explains.

“Interpreting a penalty kick in case of handball is a personal matter. It is the most complicated thing for all of us,” explains Roque.

Speaking at Open VAR, Gianluca Rocchi, referee designer for Italian leagues, talked about penalty kicks versus handball:

“The interpretation of a penalty kick in the case of handball is a personal interpretation. It is the most complicated thing for all of us, and it is always a personal interpretation even if we try to give ourselves criteria. A stiff wide arm is always a penalty kick, it is not.” “It's always easy to categorize episodes the same way. They ask me: 'But why aren't all decisions the same?' “It cannot be, not because we don't want to but because we are unable to make the same decision.”

Handball for Gela in Lazio-Inter

“This does not penalize us. The body touch radically changes the ball. It will become a penalty if the arm is considered voluntary. The decision is correct. If the on-field referee had given a penalty kick there would have been a problem: “It is possible that the penalty kick would have been confirmed on the field because it should To be 100% sure that it is not. Maybe for VAR it would have been removed anyway, but I'm glad they decided on the pitch, it's a fair episode.”

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