Chris Wilder was sad with the officiating in Sheffield United’s 4-1 defeat to Chelsea on Saturday.
The damaging end result leaves the winless Blades on the backside of the Premier League desk after eight video games.
Sheffield United took an early lead by way of David McGoldrick, however have been undone by targets from Tammy Abraham, Ben Chilwell, Thiago Silva and Timo Werner.
Wilder is adamant Silva’s header, which put the hosts 3-1 up with 13 minutes to go, mustn’t have counted because of Kurt Zouma blocking Enda Stevens, who was marking the Brazilian defender.
The 53-year-old additionally took difficulty with the choice to award Chelsea a free-kick, which led to the purpose, as Max Lowe was adjudged to have fouled Reece James.
Wilder informed Sky Sports activities: “There was a block that will get picked up in each sport relating to VAR. Blocks in penalty areas, it was old skool, lots of people have been doing it within the day and us included.
“Whenever you get to the extent of scrutiny that occurs within the Premier League, you’d prefer to suppose folks would see that apparent block since you’re not allowed to dam now.
“There was an incident simply earlier than with Max Lowe. It’s a disappointing end result for us and the style of the targets are disappointing.
“The way through which we turned the ball over, once we had first rate possession, to world class gamers… they’re going to maintain it away from you or they’re going to be unbelievable on the counter-attack and punish you.”