Barnsley boss Valerien Ismael questioned why VAR was not in operation at Oakwell following Barnsley’s FA Cup defeat to Chelsea.
Tammy Abraham stroked residence what proved to be the successful aim within the 1-Zero win, however it’s unclear if the England striker was formally onside when Reece James performed the ball.
With some grounds having the capability to have VAR and a few not, there are critical irregularities and inconsistencies within the FA Cup this season, with Ismael questioning why it was not in operation on Thursday night.
“I noticed the sport at Sheffield United towards Bristol and that they’d VAR,” he informed talkSPORT’s Sam Matterface. “I used to be delighted that we might perhaps have it however it didn’t occur and we now have to simply accept it.
“Now we have to attain within the first-half as a result of if we rating it may have been one other recreation.
“The query is why one recreation there may be VAR and one second there isn’t.”
Ismael admitted he was ‘greater than proud’ of his facet’s efficiency after they saved the Premier League giants at bay for greater than two thirds of the match.
Requested if he was happy with Barnsley’s efficiency, he stated: “Greater than that. I feel it was essential for us to remain true to ourselves and see how far we are able to convey our rules to Chelsea and I feel we did it very nicely – particularly within the first half.
“Now we have to attain two instances, two massive probabilities and within the second-half Chelsea modified their form with a again 4 and had extra management on the sport.
“They scored with one second the place we didn’t get the depth of the stress on the ball and we had been punished.
“After that we come again and we had been harmful. We had the likelihood to attain and there was a goal-line save on the road.”