Tasks: VAR did not work at Barcelona's punishmentMarch 14, 2019
Lionel Messi chipped the lead goal against Lyon on a VAR-reviewed penalty.
But did the technology work as it should?
According to French RMC Sport, Uefa has had technical problems with the situation.
VAR is a recurring topic of discussion in connection with the Champions League evenings.
So even tonight, when question marks are raised about the penalty situation when Luis Suarez went down in the penalty area in the first half against Lyon.
"I tramped on him"
Jason Denayer sled-thanked Suarez, who looked to step on the Lyons player's foot before he himself crashed.
"How can VAR spend an eternity reviewing Kimpembes hands last week, but barely bothering to watch the obvious film from Suarez. Isn't the technology for reducing injustice? ”, write journalist Matt Spiro at Bein Sports.
After the match, Suarez should have given the TV pictures the right thing.
– I think I trampled on the defender without meaning and that made me lose the balance, he says according to AS.
According to RMC Sport, Uefa must also have indicated that they had technical problems during the VAR examination. Something that European media reports about.
The referee pointed to the penalty point despite major protests from the Lyons players and Lionel Messi chipped in the penalty.
The goal was the starting shot of the target cavalcade in the 5–1 victory, which means that Barcelona is ready for the quarter finals in the Champions League.
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