Premier League says VAR got three penalty decisions wrong

16:10   10 July, 2020

Premier League claimed that VAR got three penalty decisions wrong during Thursday clashes, Give Me Sport reported.

The first mistake:

Tottenham were not given a penalty. After the clash, Mourinho noted: “In the world, everybody knows that is a penalty. And I say everybody, I mean everybody.”

But the VAR referee, Michael Oliver, decided not to give it.

The second mistake:

Fernandes and Manchester United were awarded a penalty.

The Premier League noted: “It was the wrong decision. It should have been overturned by VAR but wasn't and should actually have been a foul on Konsa."

The third mistake:

The Premier League also admitted Southampton should not have been awarded a spot-kick.

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