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Opinion: Why VAR Refused To Give Tottenham A Penalty Despite A Hard Tackle On Kane By Ben White

There was several reactions concerning the use of the Video Assistant Referee on Ben White's foul against Harry Kane in the first half of the game

Another brilliant Performance from Arsenal in the week 6 of the English premier against their London rivals Tottenham Hotspurs at Emirate Stadium.

Mikel Arteta started a strong team against Spurs and his game plan payed off with three brilliant goal in the first half of the game.

Beautiful performance from Arsenal gave Smith Rowe the opportunity to record his first goal in the North London derby. Arsenal superb performance provided the second for Arsenal and it was captain Aubameyang that gave Gunners the second goal of the match.

Tottenham Hotspurs could not penetrate Arsenal defense despite having Kane and Son in the attack.

Bukayo Saka's 34th minutes goal gave Arsenal the total control of the game before the half time break.

The Foul on England captain Harry Kane have raised some questions if it should have been a penalty or not. From the analysis, it shows that Ben White touched the ball before kicking Harry Kane's leg inside the 18 yards box.

The Video Assistant Referee and the center referee were correct not to have awarded Tottenham Hotspurs a penalty because of the incident.

Ben White made a clear challenge on Harry Kane and the VAR was right with the decision it took.

Tottenham Hotspurs got one back through Son in the 79th minutes of the game after a brilliant assist from Rugelion.

Mikel Arteta have now won 3 straight games in this season English premier league after defeating Norwich, Burnley and Tottenham Hotspurs.

After a disappointing first 3 games, Arsenal will be hoping make the top four this season after an outstanding performance in their last 3 games in the league.

Do you think Arsenal can make the top four this season?

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