11/9/2015 World news

Since the current year FIFA has completely switched to automated goal detection. During all the FIFA matches the fact of ball crossing the line is checked by an automated system.

11/9/2015 World news
High speed cameras capture the scene of goalpost at the rate of 500 frames per second broadcasting it for computer processing resulting to the exact information presented to the referee within 0,5 seconds.

FIFA’s decision of automated goal detection has been made after a scandal occurred at the world championship in RSA, 2010 when a group of referees hasn’t noticed the ball’s rebound off the German team’s goalpost during the match between England and Germany after Frank Lampard’s shot.

Based on materials of gazetavv.com

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