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Sport VAR under the spotlight again after three 'extraordinary' decisions

02:26  19 september  2021
02:26  19 september  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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‘ Extraordinary turnaround by VAR ,’ he said. ‘Walker gives away a penalty and gets a red card. With double jeopardy the red was an error, but to turn over the decision of a penalty is bizarre. ‘You could argue whether it was a penalty, but having given it, it was definitely not a glaring error. ‘Very similar turnaround of a penalty at Burnley,’ Lineker added. ‘Vydra through, Ramsdale gets a slight touch on the ball but follow through takes out Vydra. Again that doesn’t mean it’s not a foul. Therefore it’s a debatable penalty but not an obvious error.’

Incensed by the decision , Cameroon’s players appeared to almost refuse to restart the game as they argued with the referee, pointing to the screen in the stadium which showed the replay. VAR again proved to be an annoyance for the African team as they scored through Ajara Nchout early in the second half. The goal was soon to be disallowed for offside following a review, leaving the forward close to tears amid more protests. England then added a third through Alex Greenwood in the 58th minute to rub salt into the wounds.

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Referee’s use of VAR has come under renewed fire after a set of ‘extraordinary’ calls decided the fate of several Premier League games.

Manager Ralph Hasenhuttl questioned the decision to cancel a penalty for Southampton in their 0-0 draw with champions Manchester City.

Gary Lineker said the official Jon Moss was ‘definitely’ wrong to reverse the spot-kick and a red card for Kyle Walker in the same incident.

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The referee Anthony Taylor overturned his decision to award Burnley a penalty in similar circumstances during their 1-0 defeat by Arsenal.

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VAR took centre stage once again when Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane had a goal harshly ruled out as they slumped to a 3 -1 defeat at Sheffield United. Less than two minutes later, Kane fired past goalkeeper Dean Henderson but his equaliser was ruled out by VAR , with Lucas Moura adjudged to have used his arm to inadvertently nudge the ball in Kane’s direction after being pushed to the ground. Spurs boss Jose Mourinho was furious with the decision and his mood worsened in the 69th minute when United carved his team open again to set up substitute Lys Mousset for his first goal since Dec.

Harry Wilson’s equaliser after a counter-attack was then ruled out by VAR and a penalty to Burnley was awarded instead for Adam Smith’s handball. Jay Rodriguez converted the spot -kick while Dwight McNeil added a sublime third before full-time. The win moved Burnley to eighth while Bournemouth remain two points above the drop zone. King delivered a sublime cross for Harry Wilson and Pope showed smart reflexes to keep the header out as Bournemouth went close again . At the other end, Ashley Westwood’s corner five minutes after the break nearly crept in but Surman headed off the line.

Taylor felt the goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale’s challenge on substitute Matej Vydra was legitimate after reviewing it on the pitchside screen.

However, Lineker insisted it was another case of a referee being asked to review what was not a clear and obvious error, which should be the requirement.

Leeds United were incensed that Mike Dean was not asked to review Joe Willock’s challenge on Daniel James in the penalty area.

The Leeds forward was up-ended by the Newcastle signing but the official waved play on and VAR chose not to intervene. Gary Neville, working for Sky Sports, described the challenge as a ‘stonewall penalty’. ‘If I was Leeds, I’d be really annoyed,’ he said.

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The Premier League’s use of VAR had gone relatively smoothly this season after a tumultuous introduction in the previous campaign.

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Incensed by the decision , Cameroon’s players appeared to almost refuse to restart the game as they argued with the referee, pointing to the screen in stadium which showed the replay. VAR again proved to be an annoyance for the African team as they scored through Ajara Nchout early in the second half only for the goal to be disallowed for offside following a review, leaving the forward close to tears amid more protests. England then added a third through Alex Greenwood in the 58th minute to rub salt into the wounds.

READ: Referees and VAR under the microscope. The protests continued in the tunnel at halftime, with the Cameroon team emerging on to the pitch early for the restart, forming an intense huddle in the middle of the pitch. Their anger only increased soon after the break when Ajara Nchout took advantage of slack England defending to pull one back with a smart finish from a left-wing cross, only to see it ruled out by VAR for a marginal offside decision . Djeumfa added: "We came back to 2-1 and again the goal was disallowed by the VAR . I think if that goal had stood we would have had a different outcome."

Lineker, however, the Match of the Day host, was baffled by events once Adam Armstrong was brought down in the City area at the Etihad Stadium.

‘Extraordinary turnaround by VAR,’ he said. ‘Walker gives away a penalty and gets a red card. With double jeopardy the red was an error, but to turn over the decision of a penalty is bizarre.

‘You could argue whether it was a penalty, but having given it, it was definitely not a glaring error.

The double-jeopardy rule in football says a side could not be given two punishments for the same incident unless there was no attempt to play the ball. In other words, a penalty to Southampton nshould have sufficed.

‘Very similar turnaround of a penalty at Burnley,’ Lineker added. ‘Vydra through, Ramsdale gets a slight touch on the ball but follow through takes out Vydra. Again that doesn’t mean it’s not a foul. Therefore it’s a debatable penalty but not an obvious error.’

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Hassenhuttl could have claimed a famous scalp over the champions had the penalty stood. ‘We have the feeling it was not a clear wrong decision,” the Southampton manager said.

‘When the referee thinks it is a clear wrong decision then yes, overrule it. He did it. It’s a pity for us and we have to accept it.

‘I didn’t ask him about it because it doesn’t make any change, he did it. That’s it. We knew if we wanted to win here we needed to have the perfect game and, tactically, we had a nearly perfect one.

‘But then you also need the luck to get such a penalty from the referee and this was not perfect.’

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Chris Foy, the Mail on Sunday columnist and former Premier League referee, said the Moss’s call would split opinion. ‘This is a decision which will divide opinion depending on who you support, but I think it’s the right call.

‘Jon sees Kyle Walker and Adam Armstrong tangle in the box and believes the City man has committed a foul. He awards the penalty and on first viewing you can see why he came to that decision.

‘On a second look, Armstrong was going down when the challenge took place and made contact with Walker. Any contact by either man was normal contact.

‘Jon recognised the mistake.’

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