Japan beat Spain 2-1 England legend criticizes controversial VAR test2022-12-02 14:01
The final round of the Qatar World Cup Group E match started today. In the end, the Spanish team lost 1 to 2 to the Japanese team, and the second goal scored by the Japanese team caused huge controversy. The England star also criticized the VAR (video assistant referee) inspection results of that game on the sports program.
After the Japanese team saved the ball, whether the goal went out of bounds caused controversy
In the 51st minute of the second half, Japan's 24-year-old midfielder Aoi Tanaka scored the winning goal assisted by 25-year-old midfielder Kaoru Misaki, but the goal was initially disallowed because Kaoru Misaki made a save at the moment of the ball. Suspected to be out of bounds .
However, after inspection and confirmation, VAR overturned the referee's decision and awarded the goal. After receiving the inspection result of VAR, the referee did not check the replay video on the sidelines, and directly judged the Japanese team 's goal as valid.
But judging from the replay video, the ball seems to have crossed the line, so this penalty caused a huge controversy.
Multiple live pictures show that the ball has been out of bounds England's star criticizes the VAR system
According to the rebroadcast and live pictures provided by FIFA (FIFA), the naked eye can see that most of the pictures show that the ball has crossed the boundary.
England stars Gary Neville and Graeme Souness criticized the VAR system's penalty on the sports channel, and also criticized the National Football Association for not showing the world a clear picture of the ball not going out of bounds, which made the global audience puzzled by this penalty.
The England star also urged FIFA to give a clear answer, and believed that the official did not have an immediate response or conclusion, probably because the facts did not agree with the final judgment. The famous England star also questioned the VAR system used in the World Cup in Qatar. He said that "this World Cup uses more advanced technology. What we couldn't see from our range, but VAR didn't show the angle at which the ball was judged not to go out of bounds."
And this winning goal is also the key to determining Japan's victory and advancement to the top 16. If the ball is out of bounds and the goal is ruled invalid, then the game between Spain and Japan will end in a draw, and Japan will also face elimination because the goal difference is lower than that of Germany. On the contrary, Germany will win the round of 16 seats. But now because of that goal, the situation in Japan and Germany has completely reversed.
But it is worth mentioning that there is also a detection chip inside the ball. Whether the ball is out of bounds or not, it is believed that intelligent technology detection is far more accurate than the judgment of the naked eye.
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