The English Premier League match between West Bromwich Albion and Southampton came with another Controversial decision by the Video Assistant Referee after ruling out West Bromwich Albion goal in the first half of the match.
West Bromwich Albion pull up another brilliant Performance against Southampton after wining Chelsea by 5:2 in their last Premier league away game.
Sam Alladyce team started the game brilliantly but the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) cancelled thier four minutes goal which have generated several reactions on social media.
The Video Assistant Referee after a thorough review could not draw a definite line to decide if it was actually an offside.
The issues of the Controversial decisions by the Video Assistant Referee in the English premier league is no dought killing the English Premier League.
One of the Skysports Pundits Campbell have reacted to the VAR decision for Cancelling Westbromwich Albion goal.
Campbell " I've had enough of the VAR and the way it's being Officiated. For me it's a disgrace. It's really is"
West Bromwich Albion moved on from the VAR Saga and opened the goal scoring in the 32nd minutes of the game through a penalty by Matheus Pereira.
The host scored the second goal of the match just two minutes after scoring the first goal before Callum Robinson scored the third goal of the match.
With the 3:0 win for West Bromwich Albion, Sam Alladyce team will be hoping to continue to impress in other to avoid relegation this season.
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