VAR impacts referees’ decision-making. The final decision is always taken by the on-field referee. The use of technology has been proposed to improve decision-making in sport officials. The implementation of the video Assistant Referee VAR in association football is one example of how technology can be used to assist decision making, although its impact remains unknown.
English Premier league is back! As at the time I'm typing this content, it was a match day at the United Kingdom. But here in Ghana, we are an hour late. That doesn't dispute the fact that the long awaited English Premier League is back. I'm so excited and I know you, as a football fan, you are, too. The time allocated for each match is in GMT. Meaning it's one hour behind the UK time. Take note. The first game will kick off at exactly 11: 30 AM tomorrow, 12th September. It's going to be between Fulham and
Man United awarded match-winning penalty after full-time vs Brighton to end crazy match Manchester United were granted a game dominating punishment against Brighton... AFTER ref Chris Kavanagh had blown the last whistle. VAR interceded after Neal Maupay took care of the ball inside the zone, prompting Bruno Fernandes taking and scoring a sensational spot-kick. With the last kick of the game, Man United made sure about a 3-2 triumph. It was totally surprising. Look at the occurrence beneath: Only minutes
Manchester United have recorded their first points of the season with a 2-3 away draw against Brighton and Hove Albion at the Amex Stadium in Brighton. The game which saw multiple decisions by referee Chris Kavanagh from the VAR gave United their first three points for the season. First it was Brighton who had their spot kick confirmed by the VAR on the 40th minute when Bruno Fernandes was penalised for a bad tackle. It was coolly converted by Neal Maupay (Brighton) for the host to take the lead at 1-0. Lewis
The hopes of Manchester United was almost down until a 100th minute penalty in their game against Brighton and Hove Albion. The dramatic late winner was converted on the spot by Bruno Fernandes at he Amex Stadium. The game was a very keenly contested one with great drama. Just moments before the final whistle, Brighton and Hove Albion thought they have sealed a draw, until a penalty claim was made by Manchester United. Match official, Chris Kavanagh, after watching the VAR video, confirmed the penalty incident.
This is CONTROVERSY OF THE WEEK where we bring you the most controversial news in football every week.This week's most controversial incident happened in the league game between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United.United were on the attack stringing passes together.Fernandez, McTominay, Fred to Pogba who controled it nicely and played a through ball to the dashing Cavani who slotted into the net past the goalkeeper.
It might have gotten a few fans off guard how rapidly it appears to have come around, yet the new English football season will commence at Wembley on Saturday when Arsenal face Liverpool in the Community Shield. The way that the match is coming not exactly seven days on from the past season's Champions League last needs no clarification at this point, yet what does is maybe the possibility that there will be some new standards set up around VAR. After the Premier League concurred that VAR would remain in
A dramatic injury-time penalty gave Manchester United victory over Brighton and their first three points of the season in a game full of controversies at the Amex Stadium. A match packed full of incident was settled with the very final kick as Bruno Fernandes coolly stroked in the winning penalty, spotted and awarded via a VAR check for Neal Maupay's handball from a corner, all after on-field official Chris Kavanagh had blown to signal the end of the match. Just moments before, Brighton thought they had sealed
Brighton and Hove Albion currently sit in the 12th position on the league table, getting three points from three games. United on the other hand are 14th with three points after playing just two matches. The two sides met each other last Saturday in a match that has brought up plenty of talking points. It was a match packed full of incident and was brought to rest with the very final kick as Bruno Fernandes confidenly stroked in the winning penalty, spotted and awarded through a VAR check for Neal Maupay's handball
Werner, who has struggled to make a significant impact since joining for £47m last summer, started and finished the move that settled a tightly-fought game.The Germany forward fired home from Ben Chilwell’s cross after a well-worked move involving Christian Pulisic, Werner’s sixth Premier League goal since arriving from RB Leipzig.
This is what you have to think concerning why the Red Devils were granted a spot-kick after the official blew for the finish of the match Manchester United have enlisted their first Premier League win this season, yet under disputable conditions - pushing out a thin 3-2 win against a fearless Brighton side, with the game dominating objective getting through a punishment after the official had blown the full-time whistle. So why were Man Utd permitted to take their punishment after the match had probably