I'm going with the "Or Not". Ohio HS Boys game. Corner Kick. Player take the kick and drives the ball low and hard about 2-3 yards out in front of the goal. Defensive player hits the ball with his arm and it is redirected immediately on to the chest of an attacking player. The ball flies into the goal. The referee blows the whistle. For a penalty kick!!! Kick promptly put a mile over the goal. A few notes -- - Without exaggeration the ball was driven so hard that the time from the defensive hand ball to the attacking player coming in to contact to the ball going in the net was literally the blink of an eye. The player who got popped in the chest spent a few minutes on the ground getting his wind back. - The ref's whistle came a full second or two after the ball was in the goal. - The ref had properly (in my mind) played advantage any number of times earlier in the match and delayed the whistle for a second or two to see if an advantage played out. Not this time. The whistle was delayed for some reason and then the advantage taken away. So, what's the right decision here? Should it have been a goal? Obviously in my mind it should have. If some measurable/noticeable time had lapsed between the handball and the attacker "playing" the ball then I could see the PK. But I don't see how this is any different than a defender who handles the ball directly into their own goal.