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Manchester United have have the most decisions overturned in their favour by VAR in the Premier League this season.
The Sun's list has combined decisions that have gone in favour of the team with the decisions that have ruled against them.
The results show that United currently have a record of +8 when it comes to VAR decisions going their way.
Check out the entire table below.
1. Manchester United - Net Score: +8
2. Brighton & Hove Albion - Net Score: +7
3. Crystal Palace - Net Score: +5
4. Burnley - Net Score: +4
5. Southampton - Net Score: +3
6. Leicester City - Net Score: +1
7. Liverpool - Net Score: +1
8. Manchester City - Net Score: +1
9. Newcastle United - Net Score: +1
10. Tottenham Hotspur - Net Score: +1
11. Bournemouth - Net Score: 0
12. Watford - Net Score: -1
13. Arsenal - Net Score: -2
14. Everton - Net Score: -2
15: Aston Villa - Net Score: -3
16. Chelsea - Net Score: -4
17. West Ham United - Net Score: -4
18. Norwich City - Net Score: -5
19: Wolverhampton Wanderers - Net Score: -5
20: Sheffield United - Net Score: -6
United drew 1-1 with Everton at Goodision Park but the 'Toffees' felt aggrieved they didn't pick up a win.
"I'd be annoyed at Sigurdsson for not getting out of the way. Please tell me what he's waiting for?"- Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) March 1, 2020
Roy Keane questions why Gylfi Sigurdsson stayed on the ground in the lead up to Everton's disallowed goal.
Does he have a point? pic.twitter.com/BedUv0X55X
Dominic Calvert-Lewin thought he had snatched a late winner but his goal was scratched off with Gylfi Sigurdsson adjudged to be obstructing David De Gea.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side also had decisions go their way against Chelsea and Watford in their previous two Premier League games.
Liverpool rank relatively low on the list despite the 'LiVARpool' tag opposition fans have labelled Jurgen Klopp's side with this season.
Sheffield United rank bottom of the table and boss Chris Wilder has been a critic of VAR this season.
Wilder commented on the technologies use back in December and said it's 'sucking the life' out of the game.
What do you think of VAR's inclusion in the Premier League this season?
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