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Fulham Denied Equaliser Vs Tottenham Hotspur After Mario Lemina's Handball

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Fulham Denied Equaliser Vs Tottenham Hotspur After Mario Lemina's Handball

Fulham were denied an equaliser vs Tottenham Hotspur after Mario Lemina was judged to have handeled the ball.

The home side thought they'd got a goal through Josh Maja to make it 1-1, but it ended up being ruled out.

A decision was made after a replay showed Davinson Sanchez's attempted clearance struck Lemina on the arm.

However, the on-loan Southampton man didn't make a movement towards the ball and it was down by his side.

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Lemina couldn't help but laugh as referee David Coote overturned the goal.

Spurs went ahead in the first half after Dele Alli's flick went in off Tosin Adarabioyo.

Fans have reacted to the decision and they think Scott Parker's side have been incredibly hard done by.

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Victory for Spurs sees them remain in eighth, while Fulham remain in the relegation zone and three points from safety.

This story is developing, more to follow...

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Football, Premier League, tottenham, Fulham, VAR

Daniel Marland
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