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Arsenal steals after the video assistant referee technology forgot to draw the lines that would have canceled Brentford Tony’s goal football | sports

“He looked at the possible foul and decided there was no foul, and therefore referee Peter Banks had not made a clear and obvious foul.

However, in the build-up to the goal, Christian Norgaard – marking Toni’s cross – is in an offside position.

“However, the truth is that VAR has not been fully investigated with the lines. The lines, quite simply, have not gone down. That is human error. If the lines were down, the goal would have been disallowed for offside.”

Manchester City will only be three points behind Arsenal if they beat Aston Villa at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday.

And they will level it, having played one more game, by following that up with a win over Arsenal on Wednesday.

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