The technology was trialed for the first time in an FA Cup match between Brighton and Palace.
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Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn believes the video assistant referee system will become a permanent fixture in English football after it was successfully trialed for the first time in Monday's FA Cup tie between Brighton and Hove Albion and Crystal Palace.Brighton beat Palace 2-1 to advance to the fourth round, with the VAR Neil Swarbrick reviewing and allowing Brighton striker Glenn Murray's late winner to stand, after the ball initially appeared to brush off the player's hand.
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