1. Carragher's challenge on Nani
From EPL Talk: In Sunday’s massive match between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield, Jamie Carragher committed a high tackle against Nani in the 44th minute that resulted in the Portugese player going to ground and Carragher being awarded a yellow card. But in images published in the last hour, we can now take a closer look at how damaging the tackle was.
2. Rodriguez's challenge on Rafael (8:20, 48') -- Maxi Rodriguez goes in studs-up at Rafael Da Silva's thigh.
3. Rafael's challenge on Lucas (8:22, 48') -- An overall bad challenge from frustration retaliating to the earlier tackle on him. Should've been sent off.
4. Suarez "challenging" Rafael -- Suarez yanks on Rafael's hair.
At the end, Carragher did wait around to apologize to Nani for what is obviously a terrible tackle.
But here's the real question: Just because people apologize afterward, does that mean it's okay to make the challenge in the first place? & ultimately, do players have control over how/where they make their tackle?
OT: Also, couldn't find the tag for Rafael. IDK if it's under a twins tag or whatnot.