Tottenham vs. Man Metropolis: ‘Recreation’s gone!’ – VAR slated once more after controversial Rose handball

Tottenham vs. Man Metropolis: ‘Recreation’s gone!’ – VAR slated once more after controversial Rose handball

The away facet have been awarded a spot-kick after a video evaluation in Tuesday’s Champions League quarter-final first leg

The checklist of VAR controversies is at all times rising, and it received one other entry in Tuesday’s Champions League match between Tottenham and Manchester Metropolis. 

The quarter-final first leg was scoreless within the 12th minute when Danny Rose blocked Raheem Sterling’s shot on objective. 

With the ball hanging Rose’s barely raised arm, referee Bjorn Kuipers went to the monitor to take a re-examination and finally awarded a penalty to Metropolis. 

The choice was extremely controversial, as Rose appeared to have his arm near his physique, however Hugo Lloris would then guarantee his facet wouldn’t go all the way down to an early deficit. 

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The Spurs goalkeeper blocked Sergio Aguero’s subsequent penalty, guaranteeing the match continued scoreless. 

Regardless of the save, there have been nonetheless loads of complaints about what seemed to be a harsh name. 



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