Patrick Bamford had a purpose harshly dominated out for offside by VAR in Leeds’ 4-1 defeat to Crystal Palace on Saturday.
The Whites striker seemed to be given offside attributable to his arm, as he thought he had netted his seventh purpose of the season within the 15th minute.
The incident sparked mass confusion as a result of rule that solely components of the physique that may rating objectives ought to have an effect on offside calls.
Discussing the incident, BT Sport pundit Robbie Savage fumed: “Oh, wow, that is unimaginable.
“His physique is onside, he’s pointing to the place he needs the ball. The road has been drawn on his arm, the place it’s not handball, on his sleeve, that’s what they’re saying is offside.
“That’s fairly unimaginable. That’s the most unbelievable one we’ve ever seen. Wow.
“That’s the worst I’ve ever seen within the historical past of soccer.”
In the meantime, former Tottenham and England striker Gary Lineker tweeted: “That’s one other ridiculous VAR offside resolution to disallow Bamford’s purpose. I truly detest the way in which it’s being applied.”
To make issues worse for Leeds, Crystal Palace then doubled their lead by way of Eberechi Eze after Scott Dann opened the scoring.
Nevertheless, Bamford didn’t let the offside purpose deter him as he pulled one again for Leeds within the 27th minute.
Palace restored their two-goal cushion, although, when Helder Costa turned the ball into his personal internet three minutes earlier than half-time.
Roy Hodgson’s aspect added a fourth by way of Jordan Ayew within the 70th minute to inflict a second successive 4-1 defeat on Leeds.