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  • Replying to @BBCMOTD @BBCSport

    Why is it that in rugby union rugby league and cricket a video decision is rarely described as a "controversy" yet every single VAR football one has to be made into some life-or-death over-dramatic shambles?

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  • Replying to @BBCMOTD

    Where are all these people who are claiming that VAR would get all decisions right? Just as many incorrect decisions using it as without so far this tournament.

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  • Replying to @BBCMOTD

    More like another time where VAR got it right.

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  • Replying to @SweGoose @BBCMOTD

    VAR never gets it right or wrong. The officials still make the decisions.

    The first offence is clearly the double footed challenge. So on this occasions the official got it wrong. First offence itself should of been red. You can't jump in two footed? Endangering your opponent.

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  • Replying to @Fi3ld23 @BBCMOTD

    Not how I and the refs (obviously) saw it. No real challenge at all really, just chasing it down and gets clubbed high on her leg after she recklessly swings for the ball and makes marginal contact (which doesn’t matter anyway). By the letter of the law a penalty.

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  • Replying to @SweGoose @BBCMOTD

    Actually again by the letter of the law it's a red card for the double footed challenge. This offence happened first. She didn't just chase it down, she jumped double footed into the challenge. And as you have pointed out contact doesn't matter intent does. Official missed it.

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  • Replying to @Fi3ld23 @BBCMOTD

    I think you need to look at it again. Can’t for the life of me understand how you can see a challenge/tackle there at all. Even less so one which would result in a red card. Ridiculous.

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  • Replying to @SweGoose @BBCMOTD

    Think you should watch it again, clearly goes up into the challenge with both feet coming together and down at her opponent. No debate to be had, was clear double footed motion going into the tackle. Both feet up, arms back. Literally jumping double footed.

    Think you should watch it again, clearly goes up into the challenge with both feet coming together and down at her opponent. No debate to be had, was clear double footed motion going into the tackle. Both feet up, arms back. Literally jumping double footed.

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  • Replying to @Fi3ld23 @BBCMOTD

    Exactly. Nothing.

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  • Replying to @SweGoose @BBCMOTD

    See the image above.... one going in side footed... a less dangerous form of a tackle..

    One... double footed both feet up.

    Only one is putting the other at risk.

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  • Replying to @BBCMOTD @BBCSport

    Wouldn't have been an issue at the other end, what a shocker, obviously the home team must reach the final at all cost

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  • Replying to @BBCMOTD @BBCSport

    No way on Gods earth was that a penalty!
    #FRA #NOR #FRANOR
    #FIFAWWC #VAR

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  • Replying to @BBCMOTD

    💯% pen for me.

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  • Replying to @BBCMOTD

    may as well just let the player have a shot and not bother defending if you give a pen away for that...ref played on var put it in the mind of the ref to give it

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  • Replying to @BBCMOTD @BBCSport

    Ridiculous decision to award a pen

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  • Replying to @BBCMOTD

    Women are never wrong according to oor lass

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  • Replying to @BBCMOTD

    Just get rid of it

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  • Replying to @BBCMOTD @BBCSport

    Should have been an indirect free kick. Foul, but she got the ball first.

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  • Replying to @MF_DREEZ @BBCMOTD @BBCSport

    In what instances can you award an indirect free kick? Interested to know your knowledge on the Laws. 👍

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