Liverpool calls for a review of “VAR” technology decisions




The Liverpool team called the English Premier League to review the decisions of the “VAR” referee during the “Merseyside Derby” against Everton (2-2), in the fifth round of the “Premiership”.

Jordan Henderson, captain of the “Reds” scored a goal in the deadly time for him, when the result indicated a tie (2-2) and the match breathed its last, but the referee canceled the goal with the help of video technology “VAR” due to infiltration of his colleague Sadio Mane, who passed him the ball What sparked widespread controversy due to the lack of clarity of the shot.

According to the “Liverpool Echo” newspaper, the “Reds” management is not satisfied with the cancellation of Henderson’s goal, and the League asked to clarify which part of Sadio Mane’s body was considered infiltration.

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She added that Liverpool was also dissatisfied with not showing the red card in the face of Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, after his violent intervention on Dutch defender Virgil van Dyck, in the first minutes of the match.

Van Dyck left the stadium in the first 10 minutes of the match for the hospital for further tests to determine the severity of his injury at the knee level.

Liverpool settled after this draw with a single orphan point, raising its score to 10 points and occupying second place in the table, 3 points behind its neighbors Everton, the Premier League leaders.

Source: Agencies


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