Player ‘likes’ two posts which are critical of VAR decision which cost Spurs goal

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Tottenham Hotspur suffered their second defeat of the new Premier League season earlier today following the 2-1 loss at Leicester City.

Spurs found themselves 1-0 ahead after Harry Kane finished well in the first half and looked to have doubled their lead in the second half.

Serge Aurier rifled the ball into the bottom corner of the net beyond Kasper Schmeichel, only for VAR to decide that Heung-min Son was fractionally offside in the play which led to the goal.

After the match, Harry Winks has taken to Twitter to ‘like’ two posts which were critical of the VAR decision.

talkSPORT reporter Ian ‘Moose’ Abrahams and ESPN general editor Alex Shaw both disagreed with how the video technology is being utilised in the game.

Just moments after the goal was chalked off, Leicester scored an equaliser through Ricardo Pereira and went on to win the match courtesy of a James Maddison strike. 

 

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  1. VAR and the officials got it terribly wrong on Son being off side.
    If var is going to be that critical about line decisions, then look at Leicester’s player’s foot is/was closer to the line than Son.
    THOSE WHO HAVE MORE HAIR THAN THEIR OPPONENTS WILL BE OFFSIDE. LAUGHABLE!
    TAKE A GOOD LOOK. PICTURES DON’T LIE.
    BAD DECISIONS BY OFFICIALS. THAT WAS NOT OFF SIDE

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