Federation Internationale de Football Association 'extremely satisfied' with VAR and refereeing

21 Juin, 2018, 10:03 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
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Although referee Wilmar Roldan could be excused for missing the incidents in a crowded area, they must have been spotted by the Video Assistant Referee watching in a studio - according to Euro 2016 final referee Mark Clattenburg.

Walker told Standard Sport: "We've had a briefing, but what's correct and what's not?"

It seems as though Brazil felt equally aggreived, as they sent a letter to Federation Internationale de Football Association following their 1-1 draw against Switzerland, where they felt that the Swiss side's equalising goal involved a clear foul on Brazilian defender Miranda, but neither the referee or VAR spotted it.

"The obvious reason it doesn't guarantee them is that the officials need to decide which incidents to review".

"The penalty incident in the England - Tunisia game arguably should have been reviewed and would arguably have resulted in no-penalty".

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England got their World Cup campaign off to a flying start with Harry Kane putting the Three Lions ahead against Tunisia after just 11 minutes. Should they do so, the on-field referee then stops the game to view the incident pitch-side before making choosing whether to alter his original decision.

VAR is making its debut at the World Cup but was already tested at the Confederations Cup previous year and the Club World Cup.

"Since everything that happens in a match is causally related to everything that happens afterwards, then arguably it is all part of the lead-up to a (possible) goal or penalty".

The video assistant referee team has access to all relevant broadcast cameras and two dedicated offside cameras.



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