VAR so far: Is it working in the Premier League?
Jordan Ayews late winning goal of Crystal Palace against West Ham was the 15th overturned conclusion this season, according to new figures.
VAR took centre stage after the attack of Ayew was ruled out for offside, with the forward.
The decision went to a critique and, it had been overturned, after checking both gamers and the goal for Palace was given.
It was the fourth decision.
We need to take the VAR decision, explained West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini. I always state it must be for large mistakes or what the human eye cannot see, but its and they determined it was a goal.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson said:That is the first time we have been involved VAR, and now we have a 100 percent record in the sense that its gone way.
I could understand that it has to be harsh for West Ham to allow this to be ruled in our favour after the linesman has actually ruled it to be offside.
The Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) has shown that Ayews choice was one of 475 episodes checked by VAR in 80 Premier League matches, an average of over six checks a match.
Match officials are now holding a meeting near Heathrow Airport, on Tuesday and Monday as part of a briefing of games every fortnight.
It is understood referees remain satisfied with VARs debut in the Premier League.
Last month, referees Mike Riley admitted VAR had made four errors.
Riley told Sky Sports News:We are learning as we go along and we are continuously improving.
Each of the referees have incorporated what we need to perform with VAR in their refereeing while still focusing on making real-time conclusions .
Read more here: https://wp.thilinasandaru1.com/2019/09/26/oklahoma-city-thunder/