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VAR Strikes Again To Deny Leicester City Goal v Tottenham With Dodgy Offside

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VAR Strikes Again To Deny Leicester City Goal v Tottenham With Dodgy Offside

VAR has struck again, denying Leicester City a goal against Tottenham on Sunday by milimetres.

James Maddison had the ball in the back of the net against Spurs to make it 2-0, but moments later it was disallowed by the system - despite many believing that the England international was onside.

Leicester were already a goal ahead thanks to Jamie Vardy scored from the spot following Serge Aurier's clumsy challenge in the area. Sky Sports pundits Roy Keane and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink were shocked by the Frenchman's effort, and made it clear in the studio at half time.

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Leicester had dominated the game up until the VAR decision, and probably deserved to double their lead over Jose Mourinho and co. Brendan Rodgers will be hoping that the decision doesn't go on to affect his team in the second half.

However, it has certainly affected football fans, who are enraged that the controversial VAR system has yet again intervened when it may not be needed.

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It will almost definitely lead to further calls for changes to be made to the video referee, with some options already being floated.

What should the FA do?

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Spurs, Football News, Leicester City, Football, tottenham, VAR

Max Miller
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