Lampard Send Premier Var Messeage
An angry Everton boss Frank Lampard has criticized VAR official Chris Kavanagh for being “too inexperienced” and “incompetent” after his side were denied a penalty in their 1-0 win over Manchester City. -0.
Phil Foden scored in the 82nd and 82nd minutes and the ball bounced off Rodri. Referee Paul Tierney has not ruled on the pitch and VAR Kavanagh official says there is no reason to change that.
The outrage of local fans was similar to that of coach Ashley Cole, who was given a warning card for his protest against Tierney after the final whistle.
Should Everton get a shot from you except the goalkeeper against Man City? The VAR ruled that Rodri did not play handball.
“Obviously, there is no certainty,” Lampard said of whether his side should be given a free kick except by the goalkeeper.
“The decision was a wonderful one, a surprise, and it allowed us to get the right thing.
“This is a VAR call, this is Chris Kavanagh, I spoke to the referee and they know it is a penalty kick, the question is offside and it is not. That is why we have a VAR, that is not More than five seconds he knew the kick from the head and the goalkeeper (Kavanagh) should have told the referee to give it to him or told him to go and look.