‘Lee Mason must’ve drawn it’ – Sky Sports viewers left baffled by Kieran Trippier’s penalty graphic during Newcastle win

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TV VIEWERS have been baffled by a graphic of Kieran Trippier penalties amid his “sh*thouse” antics in Newcastle’s last-gasp win at Nottingham Forest.

One fan joked ref “Lee Mason must’ve drawn it” as a Sky Sports activities picture showed two superb Trippier spot-kicks.

Kieran Trippier duped Forest into considering he would take an important stoppage-time penalty and was pictured in a bemusing graphic of two spot-kicks
Viewers needed to see these two virtual Trippier penalties in actual life[/caption]

Viewers hailed the England right-back for pretending he was going to take the stoppage-time penalty& that& Alexander Isak& ultimately fired residence.

Trippier’s tactic took the strain off Isak and onto himself as Forest players tried to unsettle him.

And although he confused the opposition& on the pitch, it was Sky who left observers puzzled with their unimaginable graphic.

It labelled a spot on the bottom left of the submit as a “missed” Trippier penalty and one other mark on the far angle of bar& and upright as “scored”.

Noting the high quality margins, one fan posted:& “Would absolutely like to see that scored penalty.”

Another wrote: “Broke the angle. Ref too scared to disallow it.”

And a third blamed Mason – regardless that Paul Tierney was the ref in Friday’s comeback victory at Forest.

Actually, 32-year-old& Tripper has missed both his penalties at club degree – for Tottenham and Atletico Madrid.


However he did internet confidently in England’s solely ever triumph in a World Cup shootout.

Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions beat Colombia Four-Three on penalties to succeed in the 2018 World Cup quarter-finals.

It follows supporters praising Tripper for his behaviour before Isak’s match-winning second objective.

One stated: “World class s***housery by Trippier pretending to take penalty so he received all of the thoughts games then gave ball to Alex. Absolute genius by no means seen that earlier than!!!”& &