Following Everton’s 1-0 loss to Manchester City on Saturday, manager Frank Lampard blasted the Video Assistant Referee (VAR).
For the majority of the game, the Toffees were the champions, however Phil Foden capitalized on Michael Keane’s blunder late in the game to win it.
City midfielder Rodri seemed to control the ball in the area, but there was still time for drama.
However, a VAR review affirmed the on-field decision of no penalty, and City resumed their winning ways.
“I wasn’t yelling or raging at him; I was quiet.” Lampard told Sky Sports, “I wanted to know if it was offside in the build-up, but I was informed it wasn’t in the build-up.”
“Go to VAR; they have two minutes to look at it and decide whether or not to give it as a penalty when it touches him on the arm in an awkward position.” That was a punishment, according to my three-year-old daughter.
“We’re at the bottom of the table, and they’re at the top.” It is critical to make decisions. As a result, I’m not sure what needs to happen. When you make a mistake, you do something incorrectly.
They had two minutes to digest the handball. A mistake is when you do something incorrect and don’t have time to think about it.
“Even if the VAR says he’s not sure, go see.” At best, it’s ineptitude; if not, someone needs to explain what it is.”
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