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Ukraine: Marko Dević's “Ghost Goal”

On Facebook, in the past two hours, over 4,800 users have ‘shared’ and over 2,900 have ‘liked’ the screenshot of the “ghost goal” by Ukraine's Marko Dević in today's Euro 2012 game against England. The screenshot was posted by Korrespondent, a Ukrainian news site and magazine, and over 400 comments [ru, uk, en] have been left so far, most of them expressing dismay with the referee's failure to confirm the goal. Ukraine lost 0:1 and is now out of the championship, which it is co-hosting with Poland, while the English team has advanced into the quarterfinals.

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