Disagree. I felt the rule made the home team be more hesitant to attack because of the risk of getting caught on a counterattack and give up an away goal.
And the fact that an away goal in extra time of the second leg sometimes meant the home team had to score 2 was hugely unfair when it’s only 30 minutes.
Did you actually think that? Or are you just arguing for arguments sake as usual? Have you ever mentioned those thoughts before? I suspect not.
I can’t recall many, if any at all, where the home team in the CL have been extremely hesitant refusing to attack.
The away goal rule was a good one. The games were far more entertaining and now we’re going to see a lot more boring matches, ten man defences and time wasting is going to be a lot worse.
And yes the away team had the advantage if the match went to extra time, but the home team had the original advantage of playing the second leg at home. It’s a lot easier playing the second leg at home when you know the outcome of the first leg - as we have seen ourselves at anfield numerous times.
Give it a couple of seasons and the away goal will come back into the game.