VAR have come under scrutiny again following yet another blunder in the Premier League. The most recent incident came in Tottenham's home clash with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool.
Luis Diaz thought he had put the Reds ahead in the first half only to see the flag raised by the assistant referee. The goal was ruled out despite replays clearing showing Diaz was being played onside by Spurs defender Cristian Romero. Fans may have noticed that there were no offside lines drawn during the VAR review.
PGMOL have since admitted that Diaz's strike in the first half was incorrectly ruled out for offside.
Klopp's side would go on to lose 2-1 to Ange Postecoglou's side on Saturday evening after Joel Matip's late own goal secured three points for the hosts.
Mail Sport breaks down why the offside lines were not drawn during Liverpool's clash with Tottenham.
Darren England was the man on VAR duty for Sunday's clash between Tottenham and Liverpool.
When looking at Diaz's position, it was blatantly clear that the winger was onside. It was initially believed that England had failed to check with the Tottenham defender had had played Diaz onside by drawing the on-screen lines.
However, England mistakenly thought that he was checking the goal rather than a disallowed goal.
He then told the onfield team 'check complete' to confirm that the goal was legit. However, referee Simon Hooper believed that the 'check complete' meant that the VAR had confirmed the initial decision was that Diaz was offside.
Two seconds after VAR said 'check complete,' Spurs took the free kick - which then created a cut-off point.
There was roughly 40 seconds between Diaz's strike and play being restarted, while there was less than 10 seconds between viewers being shown theRead on m.allfootballapp.com