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Tuesday 20 November 2012

Dubious Goals Panel rulings (Oct-Nov 2012)

Six Barclays Premier League goals between 20 October to 11 November are ruled on

Fulham's Bryan Ruiz scores with his free kick against Everton earlier this month

The Premier League's Dubious Goals Panel has made a decision on six dubious goals that were scored in the Barclays Premier League between 20 October 2012 to 11 November 2012.

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:

Manchester City's third goal against Sunderland on 6th October 2012 has been confirmed as a James Milner goal.

Queens Park Rangers' goal against Everton on 21st October 2012 was in fact an own goal (Leighton Baines) and therefore has not been credited to Junior Hoilett.

Liverpool's first goal against Everton on 28th October 2012 has been confirmed as an own goal (Leighton Baines).

Fulham's first goal against Everton on 3rd November 2012 was in fact a Bryan Ruiz goal and therefore has not been credited as an own goal.

Manchester United's second goal against Aston Villa on 10th November 2012 has been confirmed as an own goal (Ron Vlaar).

West Bromwich Albion's second goal against Wigan Athletic on 10th November 2012 has been confirmed as an own goal (Gary Caldwell).

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 six goals
  • Goals between 20 October and 11 November
  • Panel made up of people who have participated at highest level of game
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