Inzaghi said it was unbelievable Cutrone’s goal was given when television replays showed the ball went in off his arm.
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The introduction of a video replay system for referees (VAR) was supposed to eliminate doubts over decisions and allow the football to take center stage.The incidents that led Gazzetta dello Sport to talk of a "black Sunday for referees and VAR" concerned a Milan goal against Lazio that both coaches agreed was handball and a last-minute match-winning Crotone goal disallowed against Cagliari.Crotone's 90th-minute goal was initially awarded but the referee gave offside after reviewing the incident, a decision that took several minutes.Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini said Monday that, with or without VAR, decisions would always depend on the referee's interpretation.
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