One other day and one other VAR controversy within the Premie League because the Brighton gamers have been livid when a penalty was awarded to Southampton on Monday night time.
Referee David Coote gave a free-kick the Saints’ approach simply exterior the field when Solly March fouled Kyle Walker-Peters within the 77th minute.
There have been no questions on whether or not it was a foul however there have been some doubts about whether or not it occurred in or exterior the field.
VAR stepped in and after a prolonged delay determined that it had taken place contained in the field and a penalty was duly awarded, a lot to the anger of the Seagulls gamers.
The sport was finely balanced at 1-1 on the time and Danny Ings stepped up and made no mistake from the spot to make it 2-1.
Earlier within the match, Brighton took the lead within the 25th minute when referee Coote pointed to the spot after James Ward-Prowse was judged to have dealt with the ball within the space.
There was fortunately no VAR controversy as Stockley Park agreed with the on-field choice.
Pascal Gross fired within the penalty after sending Alex McCarthy the fallacious method to give the house facet the benefit, to the delight of the newly-returned followers.
Towards the run of play, Southampton scored an equaliser simply earlier than the break.
Ward-Prowse continued his spectacular file from set-pieces, crossing a nook for Jannik Vestergaard to go previous Mat Ryan.
The sport was finely balanced earlier than the penalty was awarded late within the second half with Brighton unable to seize an equaliser.
It was additionally the primary time Southampton had received a Premier League sport on a Monday night time since 2002 in a run stretching again 14 video games.