Premier League games this season has seen some extreme extra time added on. Instead of the usual 5-7 minutes added on to the second half, 10-12 is now all but the norm.
One of the best players in the league Rodri is not a fan.
The Spaniard is quoted by MEN: "The game’s changed. Added time is now an extra 10% of the game. I don't like it, I don't think it’s good for football.
"This is when bodies are most tired and you’ve seen what’s going on with injuries. But it’s not in my hands to decide and football is changing."
Rodri is not the first to voice this opinion. His Man City teammate Kevin de Bruyne, currently injured, voiced a similar opinion not long ago and Pep Guardiola went on a full rant about the ever-increasing physical toll of the game.