All the laws say is that you are deemed to be in possession when in the act of bouncing. So forget whether the ball was bounced before or after the tackle. The real question is (if you ask me), if you were tackled in exactly the same way while you continued to hold the ball, would you be considered holding the ball? If you break a brief slipped tackle then play on (if you don’t bounce it). Bouncing is exactly the same possession. If you hold for a while then bounce, and the tackle sticks, the duration will get you. If you bounce and don’t get it back you are still IN Possession so clearly it’s holding the ball (the kb rule).
Saad was barely tackled and got a kick away almost as soon as tackled, so play on for mine- no one would have paid against him if he held the ball then kicked in that exact same tackle (rather than bounced).
But the umpires like drama. Like htb after a long prior if the kick is a short dribbled one. It’s still a kick, you idiots!