Saturday’s incident was just the latest in a series of contentious moments involving VAR in England.
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VAR technology is back in the spotlight after Manchester United's Juan Mata was controversially denied a goal in a confusing incident that raises questions over whether it is ready for a Premier League rollout.Football's governing body FIFA will decide next month whether to officially endorse the VAR system, a move that could see the controversial technology used at the World Cup.Is it reliable?Hawk-Eye, whose goal-line technology used in the Premier League has been widely regarded as a success, apologized for providing "an incorrect graphic" to broadcasters during United's FA Cup fifth-round game at Huddersfield Saturday.United boss Jose Mourinho says that there must be irrefutable proof that VAR can consistently lead to better decisions.West Brom coach Alan Pardew complained that two of his players suffered hamstring injuries due to delays in play as three major decisions were referred to VAR in his side's 3-2 win at Liverpool in the previous round of the FA Cup.
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