"VAR is favouring Man Utd" Lampard laments as he fears repeat in FA Cup Semi Final.
By Meekness19 | self meida writer
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"VAR is favouring Man Utd" Lampard laments as he fear repeat in FA Cup Semi Final.
Chelsea FC Manager, Frank Lampard has lamented concerning the officials and their technology ahead of Sunday's FA Cup Semi Final at Wembley Stadium against Manchester United.
Manchester United have had a number of high controversial decision go in their favour this season, The most recent favourism happened on Thursday when Jordan Ayew of Crystal Palace had a goal cancelled for a marginal offside, then Victor Lindelof subsequently foul Wilfried Zaha in the box but no Penalty was given.
After the match, Crystal Palace chairman complained via Twitter "Is VAR broken?"
After The Red Devil's 2-0 victory at Stamford Bridge in February, coach Lampard complained about VAR a Kurt Zouma clean goal and also missing a potential Harry Maguire red card.
Lampard had recently lamented that Bruno Fernandes' Penalty against Aston Villa shouldn't have been awarded with VAR not overtunning such a complex decision.
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