The Jota offside is a refereeing mistake, not a VAR one though. The Everton goal looked off, but Doncks against then at Molineux looked close tooA couple of additional decisions that could have gone our way - non review of the goal v Everton, and Jota's goal v Bournemouth that was ruled offside, which wasn't.
The Jota offside is a refereeing mistake, not a VAR one though. The Everton goal looked off, but Doncks against then at Molineux looked close too
The issue was the referee more than the linesman. The linesman raised his flag for offside incorrectly, but the ref is supposed to not blow the whistle until the ball is in the net in those instances. He did though so the play becomes dead and nothing VAR can do in either the way it's implemented now or in the future. Augbameyang scored a similar one against Man Utd, but in that instance the goal was given by VAR because the ref handled it correctlyI know what you mean, but VAR means V.A.Referee, so surely it's just as responsible. Linesmen are called Assistant Refs these days as they give decisions on offsides and foul play as well as line calls, so they are responsible too.
Swear Sky wanted that to be a red. All through the replays "That doesn't look good from that angle". Fuck off.