There was more VAR controversy over the weekend, with a number of debatable calls triggering ire amongst Premier League managers.
Manchester United had a third goal ruled out at Everton after Marcus Rashford had a goal ruled out for handball by VAR Andre Marriner.
The decision was not clear cut – and United manager Erik ten Hag admits his view was shaped by the fact his side won anyway.
“Luckily, it didn’t affect the result,” he said. (If) it did I have to say something different but from my perspective, it is a goal.”
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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp felt “things went against” his side at Emirates Stadium with the Reds seething about penalty incidents in both boxes, particularly a possible handball against Gabriel Magalhaes that went unpunished.
Fulham were also livid about West Ham’s second goal in the Hammers’ 3-1 win on Sunday, believing Gianluca Scamacca had handled in the build-up.
And while it did not affect the outcome, Manchester United were also dismayed at Marcus Rashford’s late goal being disallowed at Everton for handball.
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