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Troopz & DT From AFTV Lost Their Heads When Leicester's Goal Wasn't Ruled Out By VAR

Troopz & DT From AFTV Lost Their Heads When Leicester's Goal Wasn't Ruled Out By VAR

AFTV couldn't believe their eyes when Leicester City's equaliser against Arsenal wasn't ruled out by VAR last night.

Mikel Arteta's side held a 1-0 lead with 10 men until the 84th minute when Vardy buried a Demarai Gray cross.

A long VAR check ruled that Vardy and fellow forward Ayoze Perez were not offside in the build-up, something which sent Troopz and DT into fury.

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The YouTube personalities can be heard screaming: "We're gonna get robbed," during the VAR review while DT lets out a frustrated "HOW?!" when the goal is awarded.

AFTV's livestreams during the lockdown period have provided fans with entertainment and this one was not any different.

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The Gunners opened the scoring in the first half through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who netted his 20th goal of the season.

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Arsenal looked to double their lead but a resolute Kasper Schmeichel kept his side in the game.

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Vardy went on to score the equaliser less than ten minutes later to move two goals ahead of Aubameyang in the Premier League Golden Boot race.

Last night's result sees Leicester drop down to fourth and Arsenal remain in seventh place, nine points behind The Foxes.

Following the game, Arteta told Sky Sports: "We lost two points today in my opinion that we completely deserved.

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"We lost Eddie, I don't know, they will decide now for how many games.

"It doesn't matter. We will go to Spurs on Sunday and to try to win the three points.

"They played tremendously as well. The fixtures that we have in terms of recovery time is really, really difficult but you can see the effort, the intensity and the quality. I'm extremely proud of our players.

"We have to learn that when you play against this opposition, you have to kill them. When you have them, you have to kill them.

"This is the fourth time that I've been here that we play with 10 men and it's not possible for that long a period to play against this opposition, you're going to suffer.

"I didn't like the goal we conceded but it's part of what it is."

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Daniel is a freelance journalist for SPORTbible and covers a variety of sports. He also has past experience of working at Manchester United and once locked eyes with Jose Mourinho. He lived to tell the tale.