Manchester United might break the record for most punishments earned in a solitary Premier League season, having just coordinated the record with 13 punishments won up until this point.
Man United have produced a great deal of discussion this season, with the directing choices apparently going in support of themselves in a significant number matches.
The latest one came during their Thursday's conflict against Crystal Palace. Jordan Ayew's objective was precluded for the most secure of offsides while no punishment was granted when Wilfried Zaha was brought down in the container.
"There is consistently a human component to VAR, still, and plainly they need to settle on a choice," Lampard stated, according to the Guardian.
"The confounding thing about a portion of the ongoing ones, and the one on Thursday night, is that it's an extremely, clear and evident choice that wasn't right and didn't get looked into and changed.
"Some may conflict with you or not. Yet, we appear to be in a period where, as far as Manchester United, they have a couple in support of themselves. It would be decent if VAR worked in support of ourselves in this one."
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