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Fans Question Why VAR Wasn’t Used To Look At Raheem Sterling Challenge During Manchester City V Leeds Clash

Thomas Harvey

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Fans Question Why VAR Wasn’t Used To Look At Raheem Sterling Challenge During Manchester City V Leeds Clash

Our old friend VAR has been a hot topic of conversation during the Manchester City versus Leeds clash at the Etihad.

Liam Cooper was sent off following a reckless challenge on Gabriel Jesus towards the end of the first half in the early kick-off.

Andre Marriner initially issued a yellow card to Cooper for the foul but after watching the incident back on the VAR screen, upgraded it to red and gave the Leeds captain his marching orders.

But fans have questioned why VAR wasn't used to look at a Raheem Sterling challenge on Raphinha where the City man appears to stamp on the Leeds player's ankle. Sterling wasn't even booked.






Topics: Manchester City, Leeds, Raheem Sterling

Thomas Harvey
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