Why VAR Was Wrong To Cancel Liverpool’s Goal Despite Having A Clear View Of The Offside Position

Another outstanding performance from Chelsea and Liverpool in the Carabao cup final but the VAR decision that disallowed Liverpool’s goal in the second half of the game have generated several negative reactions from fans and pundits.

 

 

Both coaches started their strongest team and it was an entertaining first 45 minutes game from both teams. Chelsea created several goal scoring chances in the first half but Mason Mount and Pulisic could not convert their clear cut chances.

Edouard Mendy was the hero of the first 45 minutes after making a double save that could be branded as the best save of the season.

It was an entertaining first half performance from both teams but Chelsea were the better side because of the clear cut chances they created.

Liverpool were more convincing in the second half of the game but Edouard Mendy once again prove to the world why he is the best goal keeper in the world.

 

 

The VAR decision that went against Liverpool in the 67th minutes of the game have been heavily criticised. Matip goal was canceled because Van Dijk was in an offside position and before the final touch was made.

 

 

The VAR was right with the offside decision because Van Dijk was clearly above all the Chelsea players that were inside the box.

Chelsea had better goal scoring chances in the second half but Mason Mount, and Kai Havertz could not convert their chances.

 

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