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Jacqui Oatley explains what VAR told the referee after the offside decision in Tottenham vs. Liverpool.

Tottenham Hotspur news – The conversation between Simon Hooper and VAR Darren Britain about Luis Diaz’s offside goal against Liverpool is hoped to have been revealed.

Jacqui Oatley, a Head Association reporter, has discovered what VAR may have told Simon Hooper during the audit of Luis Diaz‘s offside goal. The Premier League clash between Tottenham and Liverpool was marred by VAR controversy, with two red cards and a somewhat late winner adding to the spectacle.


The game’s decisive second appeared well into added time when Pedro Porro‘s reckless cross was scraped into his own net by Joel Matip, although the game’s main two disagreements occurred in the first half. Curtis Jones was awarded a straight red card for a test on Yves Bissouma shortly before the half-hour mark, following a VAR intervention.

After eight minutes, Diaz thought he had given 10-man Liverpool the lead, only for the goal to be ruled off due to the forward being offside. A quick VAR review was performed, but it has subsequently been shown that Darren Britain, the authority at Stockley Park, made a terrible blunder in how he might understand the occurrence, namely that the on-pitch choice was objectively delivered.

Richarlison vs klopp
Richarlison vs klopp

With little clarity in front of both match-going spectators and home viewers in relation to VAR, Jacqui Oatley has attempted to give some lucidity on what happens when happenings are surveyed by VAR according to the opinion of a reporter.

Liverpool VAR: We Chief Association reporters have the VAR feed in our ears so when he says ‘check total’ (they do this definitely more frequently than watchers acknowledge as they check many difficulties for conceivable *red card emoji*, it would’ve appeared OK here to add ‘the objective stands basically.’ No 7 Onside.

Ref and player
Ref and player

That way, it would have been evident that he’d misinterpreted the on-field decision (eg, offside called), and this error could never have happened.” As a result, it appears that the reason the error was discovered was due to a lack of communication between the authorities about what was the initial choice and what was being reviewed.

Because of the exposure of this data, Liverpool issued a doomsday notification to the PGMOL regarding their reservations over the choice. Liverpool has since filed a proper request to hear the sound from the VAR space in order to determine precisely what caused the Diaz objective to be wrongfully banned.


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