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I cannot see how VAR missed an incident that could put Liverpool’s entire Premier League title defence in peril

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I can’t see how the VAR official, who has dozens of screens at his disposal, missed an incident that could now put Liverpool’s entire Premier League title defence in peril.

A WONDERFUL Merseyside derby was ruined by some crazy VAR decisions at Goodison Park, with my accusing finger not pointed at referee Michael Oliver after yesterday’s 2-2 draw.



If anyone can come up with a credible reason why VAR official David Coote did not let the referee know that he needed to look at Jordan Pickford’s first-half challenge on Virgil van Dijk, then I’m all ears.



There were some concerns defensively again and conceding two more goals was disappointing, yet the early exit of Van Dijk would have affected them.

What a player Thiago is.

While it was great to have the Premier League game after 10 days of watching dire inter national football, the wonderful action we saw on the field was marred by a fella watching TV screens in London.

Mane and Mohamed Salah were fantastic in the attacking third and I thought the midfield trio of Thiago, Jordan Henderson and Fabinho were superb.
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