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VAR Rules Out Wolves Equaliser Against Liverpool At Anfield

VAR Rules Out Wolves Equaliser Against Liverpool At Anfield

Another Premier League game, another instance in which VAR is the main talking point.

While the technology was used correctly to overturn Sadio Mane's disallowed goal after Anthony Taylor had wrongly deemed that Adam Lallana handled the ball, again we had another embarrassing offside VAR fiasco.

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Pedro Neto thought he had levelled matters for the visitors at Anfield on the stroke of half-time, only for VAR and those dodgy lines to rule that Jonny Otto's hand was offside.

The goal was subsequently ruled out, leading to Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo being shown a yellow card and both "#LiVARpool and "#varout" trending on Twitter.

Fans fumed over the decision, which adds to a long list of recent disallowed goals for marginal offsides over the Christmas period:

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It feels like we are having the same conversation every set of fixtures because of the way in which VAR is being used. No wonder people are falling out of love with the game.

Topics: Liverpool, Football News, Football, Premier League, Wolves, VAR

Josh Lawless

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