VAR Controversially Rules Out Wolves' Opening Goal Vs Leicester City
VAR have controversially ruled out Willy Boly's opening goal for Wolves against Leicester City this evening.
Boly headed home to seemingly give his side the lead but VAR decided to rule the strike out.
Pedro Neto was judged to have been offside by inches earlier in the passage of play much to the dismay of the Molineux faithful.
Check out the decision below.
Boly thought he had the opener...
But Diogo Jota was offside in the build-up to the goal
Who strikes first in this clash? pic.twitter.com/xsLBbtxRw3
- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 14, 2020
Fans on social media were quick to react to the decision believing it was incredibly harsh.
This is what was called offside for #Wolves. Sure, the trailing foot of Neto is technically past the line, but it has absolutely nothing to do with the play. Yuck VAR pic.twitter.com/eZY8NvOPlF
- Billy Heyen (@BillyHeyen) February 14, 2020
There's no way this is offside, seriously this VAR thing is just shitting our game #Wolves pic.twitter.com/lFIKjbf7ZT
- Sebastian (@SrGancho) February 14, 2020
You are baffled by VAR!?!? This is our studio right now ♂️ pic.twitter.com/4jyQYcrfSe
- Jake Humphrey (@mrjakehumphrey) February 14, 2020
I really don't understand the rules of football anymore #VAR
- Stuart MacFarlane (@Stuart_PhotoAFC) February 14, 2020
If that's the best VAR can do, bin it. They've had half-a-season now to act with a semblance of common sense on decisions like this. That was utterly ridiculous. Offside by a stud's width? When he's standing by the corner flag?
- Neil Moxley (@Neil_Moxley) February 14, 2020
Absolute [email protected] shambles, get rid of VAR for the good of the game, fans cheering VAR decisions, give me a break #wwfc :rage::rage::rage::rage::rage::rage:
- Matt Whitten (@salopwolf) February 14, 2020
What a waste of time this is becoming. People will stop watching. And everybody will lose.
- Orange Deleted The Twins (@SambaCherno) February 14, 2020
I thought var was going to be used for obvious mistakes not to inspect every foul every possible offside etc!
- Mike (@hammers_969) February 14, 2020
The game had been a drab affair prior to the VAR controversy and the game is 0-0 at the break.
Both sides had chances but failed to convert.
Do you think the offside call was harsh or the correct decision?
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