4 Matches That ‘Poor VAR’ Decisions Affected The Final Score Of The Match On Matchday 6 In EPL.


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Matchweek 6 of the Premier League has come to an end with the Red Devils taking all three points against the Gunners to move emphatically into 5th place in the Premier League table. The top five in the Premier League table after matchweek 6 are Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham, Brighton and Manchester United. Below is the full table after Matchweek 6 of the Premier League.

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The English Premier League weekend matches were very exciting to watch, but most of the matches could have ended with a different score if it wasn’t for the “Bad VAR” decision that cost some teams a point or more during this week’s matches. We will discuss 4 matches where the score could have been different had VAR not made bad decisions in the game.

4. Liverpool versus Everton draw 1-1.

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The Reds played out a 1-1 draw at home to Everton on Saturday afternoon, but the final scoreline could have been different had it not been for the poor conduct of the video assistant referee.

In the 75th minute of the game, Van Dijk should have received a red card for a dangerous tackle on Everton’s Onan, but the video assistant referee didn’t even call the referee for the order. Had Van Dijk received the red card he deserved, the game could have ended with Everton winning by a goal or more.

3. Manchester City 1:1 draw against Aston Villa.

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The match could have ended in a 2-1 win for Aston Villa but for the poor conduct of the video assistant referee and the referee. In the 79th minute of the game, Philip Coutinho was ruled out for offside and this chance could have given Villa the win against Manchester City in the match.

Yes, Coutinho was well placed and yet again it came down to a bad “VAR” function when he disallowed an important goal that could have changed the final score of the match.

2. Brighton won 5-2 over Leicester City.

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Alexis Mac Allister’s goal was disallowed for offside in Emphatic’s 5-2 win against Fox in League One. I checked the goal, but it wasn’t offside.

We just lost one of the goals of the season from Alexis Mac Allister due to poor refereeing in the English Premier League.

1. Chelsea versus West Ham 2:1.

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The Blues welcomed the Hammers to the Bridge on Saturday afternoon and picked up all 3 points during the encounter. But West Ham United’s goal was disallowed in the 91st minute of the game, the goal was disallowed due to Jarrod Bowen’s alleged foul on Édouard Mendy, but if you look at the response, it was Édouard Mendy who lunged at Bowen’s feet.

In my opinion, the goal should have been awarded by the referee, which could have turned the final into a 2-2 draw for the Blues. What do you think about the constant errors of refereeing in the English Premier League, does it boil down to bias? Add a comment below.

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