Rodney Marsh has claimed that a 'laughing' Hugo Lloris is proof that there' a 'massive problem' with VAR following its controversy during Tottenham's encounter against Manchester City over the weekend.
In what has been the biggest talking point of the weekend's action, Jesus goal was disallowed in stoppage time during City's 2-2 draw against Spurs, with goalkeeper Lloris having a big grin on his face when VAR ruled the goal out.
New handball rules have stated that, whether the ball hits a players arm by accident or deliberately, and then during that same phase of play a goal is scored, then the goal will not be allowed.
But it seems as though that has not sat well with some, as Marsh fumed at the decision on his personal Twitter account and claimed that points were stolen from City.
>Not a superb diving header, not a brilliant goalkeeper, not even the referee. A man sitting watching TV in an industrial park at Heathrow stole 2 points from Manchester City!— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) August 18, 2019
City had a corner in the dying moments in the game, with the ball brushing Aymeric Laporte's arm by accident as he went to challenge for the ball alongside a Spurs player.
The ball ended up falling into the footpath of Jesus, who put the ball into the back of the net thinking he had secured all three points for his team, but history repeated itself once again.
Last season, on their way to the Champions League final, Spurs knocked City out of the competition, with Raheem Sterling also seeing what he thought was the winning goal ruled out by VAR in stoppage-time.
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