Rio Ferdinand has slammed VAR after it failed to award Arsenal a penalty in their match against Manchester City.
The game ended 2-1 after City turned the game on its head with a very late winner.
The Sky Blues should have conceded a penalty in the first half when Ederson tripped Martin Odegaard while going for the ball.
VAR didn’t intervene to give Arsenal a spot-kick. However, when Granit Xhaka tripped Bernardo Silva in the second half, it did and awarded City a penalty.
It was yet another day when VAR was as inconsistent as ever.
Former Manchester United defender, Ferdinand is convinced Arsenal should have had a penalty for the Ederson challenge.
He said via The Daily Mail: ‘I do not understand with VAR how it was not given.
‘It is clear and obvious, it gets on my nerves, it clouds everything.’