I was playing as goalkeeper in a game recently, whilst defending a PC drag flick I saved the ball with my left hand (it was just above my shoulder height). The ball came down (45 degree angle downwards at least) and forwards off my pad and hit the injector who was running in for a rebound on his upper leg, his run was such that it would have been hard for him to avoid the ball, but also such that it was hard for me to direct the ball elsewhere with my save. The umpire gave a second PC as I had played the ball into an attackers body (above the knee) and it got me wondering whether that was the correct decision. I have always been coached that as a keeper if I play the ball towards the ground then I'm not creating danger with my control. It also followed that as an umpire myself I began to wonder if because the ball was above my shoulder height I should have been given 5 metres of space in which to control the ball and bring it to ground as if receiving an aerial? What are everyone's thoughts on this?