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Friday 11 January 2013

Dubious Goals Panel latest rulings (Dec 2012-Jan 2013)

Eight Barclays Premier League goals between 12 December 2012 and 2 January 2013 are ruled on

Anthony Pilkington's goal in the 4-3 thriller against Manchester City still stands

The Premier League's Dubious Goals Panel has made a decision on eight dubious goals that were scored in the Barclays Premier League for the period up to and including 2 January 2013.

The Dubious Goals Committee - drawn from people who have participated as a referee, player or manager at the highest level of the game - have ruled on the following goals:

Queens Park Rangers’ first goal against Fulham on 15 December 2012 has been confirmed as an Adel Taarabt goal.

Fulham's goal against Queens Park Rangers on 15 December 2012 has been confirmed as a Mladen Petric goal.

Everton's second goal against West Ham United on 22 December 2012 has been confirmed as a Steven Pienaar goal.

Everton's first goal against Wigan Athletic on 26 December 2012 has been confirmed as a Leon Osman goal.

Norwich City's first goal against Manchester City on 29 December 2012 has been confirmed as an Anthony Pilkington goal.

Manchester City's fourth goal against Norwich City on 29 December 2012 has been confirmed as a Mark Bunn own goal.

Arsenal's goal against Southampton on 1 January 2013 has been confirmed as a Guilherme Do Prado own goal.

Tottenham Hotspur's third goal against Reading on 1 January 2013 has been confirmed as a Clint Dempsey goal.

NOTE: Dubious Goal Panel rulings do not affect Fantasy Premier League points. For more information, click here >>

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Key Points

  • Dubious Goals Panel has ruled on eight goals
  • Goals between 12 December and 2 January
  • Panel made up of people who have participated at highest level of game