I was at the game, and sitting behind the other goal at the far end of the field from where the play occurred. I didn't get a good view. Everyone I have spoken with since said, "Oh, it was an obvious handball and we really got away with one there." So i was inclined to believe that and to think we got lucky. But I just watched the MLSNet replays and ... I don't think it should have been whistled. I think the no call was the right call. Eski never moved his arm to block anything. His arm was in the same spot it had been before the defender kicked. Yes, the ball (a split second later) went directly off his arm, but that is the sort of incidental contact that doesn't -- and shouldn't -- get called. It's play-on all the way. The fact that we got an extremely fortuitous bounce was nice. But the goal wasn't caused by a lucky bounce, nor by a lucky non-call. It was caused by ceaseless pressure from our striker, who was charging and putting pressure on the defense. And you know what's funny? That's how we got our second goal at Foxboro in 1999. Lassiter charged Hartman, who made a terrible clearance to Ben Olsen who knocked it in right before the half (in MLS's very ever first extra time segment) What do others think? Also, what's up with 6 minutes of second half extra time?