Rio Ferdinand has called for Premier League clubs to bring in automated technology to assist VAR after the controversy in Tottenham's 2-1 win against Liverpool.
Luis Diaz saw his goal on Saturday incorrectly chalked off against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday. The Colombian fired home after the 34th-minute, minutes after Curtis Jones was sent off for a tackle on Yves Bissouma.
According to reports, there was miscommunication between the VAR officials, Darren England and Dan Cook, and onfield referee Simon Hooper. The error led to the PGMOL issuing an acknowledgement that the Liverpool goal should've stood after conceding "significant human error".
Liverpool fell behind minutes later when Heung-min Son opened the scoring for Spurs and despite the Reds equalising and going down to nine-men, a Joel Matip own-goal handed Ange Postecoglu's side the points.
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Jurgen Klopp's side have since issued a statement of their own slamming the technology and on Tuesday, the PGMOL released the audio to Liverpool from the officials that lead to the error.
But the former Manchester United defender, Ferdinand, believes the blame is on the top-flight clubs - claiming that a vote on the use of automated technology was unanimously rejected.
"All the clubs had the chance to vote on the technology that would've cleared this goal up. The clubs voted unanimously that they didn't want this technology," he told Vibe With Five.
"So, at the World Cup, it was just purely the technology that would decide an offside based on algorithms and that was it, they would tell you that - it doesn'tRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk