Most of the football news in the past two days is related to VAR and referees. Manchester United’s lore penalty, Chelsea’s equalizer, and Tottenham’s final penalty. Many people think that these three penalties are very controversial and have even risen to referees. Control the level of the game. In fact, according to the rules, VAR is really correct.
1. Manchester United’s last-minute penalty kick. It’s no problem to judge the penalty after the final whistle, because there are rules to follow. The problem lies in the corner kick that created the penalty kick. The moment Van der Beck held the ball was probably out of the baseline. VAR stepped in, but did not revisit this link;
1.曼联最后时刻的点球大战。在终场哨响后判断处罚是没有问题的，因为要遵守一些规则。问题在于产生罚球的角球。 Van der Beck控球的那一刻可能超出基线。 VAR介入，但没有重新访问此链接；
2. Chelsea's perfect goal and Abra Khan's supplementary goal are no problem, and there are also rules to follow. Haverts did handball too, but VAR also did not check this link;
3. Tottenham’s penalty kick was tied. Carroll was not offside. Newcastle’s offside players had little interference with the penalty kick. Dell did open his hands and the penalty kick was fine. But Newcastle’s free kick is inherently problematic, and such a “touch porcelain” foul is really ugly. Similarly, VAR stepped in to check for offside and handball, but did not see whether the free kick should be judged.
So, we came to the conclusion that the timeline for VAR recheck is very short. Basically, it is to check the first one or two nodes from the foul or goal, such as whether a free kick should be judged or whether the ball has completely crossed the bottom line. They are not within the scope of VAR recheck. This is not only the Premier League referee doing this, like Sevilla equalized Manchester United's penalty, VAR did not intervene to see whether the out-of-bounds before the goal belonged to Manchester United or Sevilla.
It can be seen that VAR has actually performed well the duties assigned to it by people to verify fouls and goals. As for the further link, it can only be said to be a matter of rules or the scale of the referee's penalty. In addition, the VAR genus has not been born long, and its use has not yet entered the mature stage. Don't deny VAR right away. In the long run, the existence of VAR can absolutely prevent many unjust, false and wrong cases.