The impact of the Premier League’s controversial video assistant reporting system was an important conversion point under sokkergeesdriftiges and analysts, and it seems that many people have reached a breaking point over this elicit Teemu Pukki goal in Saturday’s Norwich-Tottenham match on Carrow Road.
In the 33th minute with Norwich with 1-0 before, it seemed that Pukki had doubled the home team’s advantage with a purpose of a brilliant cross by Mario Vrancic. The aim was on a VAR review topic, and after having moved a line from the axilla from Pukki to the field in an attempt to establish his position in terms of the defender, it was determined that the attacker was offside, apparently with a few millimeters.
Even with the help of VAR technology, it was almost impossible to say that Pukki was before the defender at the moment the ball played him, and even though it was, it was with such a microscopic margin that no human referee Could ever give line a call. Fans and former players blew the call on Twitter after the Premier League officially confirmed the decision.