David Moyes has claimed that VAR failed to cancel out Arsenal’s winning goal against West Ham for a handball by Rob Holding in the build up.
We held on to win 2-1 thanks to Gabriel Magalhaes’s winner in the second-half, and whilst VAR did look as the incident before allowing it to stand, Moyes believes that they were wrong not to have cancelled out the goal.
🗣 "They've got it wrong quite a lot of times."
David Moyes questioned VAR's decision to allow Arsenal's second goal, believing Rob Holding handled the ball in the build up. pic.twitter.com/0bvBgdyYzD
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) May 1, 2022
I’m pretty sure they changed the rules so that only handballs that happen immediately in the build-up now affect VAR decisions after too many decisions moved to rule out goals last season, although you’d think that Moyes would know that if true…
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