Simon Hooper was not sent off for his performance in the duel between the Spurs and the Reds, in which the VAR disallowed a goal by Luis Díaz and which the lineman canceled for offside
The referees who were in the VAR, Darren England and Dan Cook, were separated and not involved in this weekend’s Premier League games
Simon Hooperthe referee of the controversial Tottenham Hotspur-Liverpool, will take charge of the VAR this Saturday at Everton-Bournemouth. Hooper He was not sent off for his performance in the duel between Spurs and Reds, in which the VAR did not recognize a goal Luis Diaz that it was legal and that the lineman called it off for offside. Although the game was reviewed by VAR, a “human error” resulted in the decision not being reversed and the game being corrupted. Liverpoolwho would have taken the lead on the scoreboard at that point and ended up losing the game.
The referees who were in the VAR Darren England and Dan Cookyes, they were separated and apart from not officiating any Championship (English Second Division) games during the week, they were not included in the Championship games this weekend Premier League.
He Liverpool He criticized the decisions made in that game, called for a “transparent investigation” and called for the VAR audios to understand what happened. In addition, Jürgen Klopp’s men, who ended up playing with nine players, have appealed against being sent off for a straight red card Curtis Jones.