@Arsenal you should release a statement about what happened today and in other matches. An obvious penalty that the VAR didnt check. Not talking nor releasing a statement would make it as it’s okay (about the controversial incidents)
#AFC...I just...I mean...I dunno. How many “disappointing” performances/results can be tolerated?
Unacceptable. Inexcusable. How do they make the massive amount of positive changes still necessary to become merely relevant let alone genuinely competitive again?
اوباميانغ عبر TW :
" لنكن صادقين في استخدام تقنية حكم الفيديو المساعد
في هذه اللعبة عندما تصنع الفرص كما فعلنا اليوم يجب أن نفوز بهذه اللعبة ولكن هذا ما هو عليه !! دعونا نمضي قدما ونركز في الأسبوع الكبير القادم #COYG ". https://t.co/GUkEFZct2n
Let’s hope having no European football next season - well unlikely - that the rebound will be similar to Liverpool’s exit in 2016.
I’d take that - now -
There’d be no more excuses, and may give team opportunity to grow confidence. 🔴⚪️ #COYG
@Aubameyang7 Let’s be honest VAR on the side
In this Game When you produce chances as we did Today we should won this Game but it is what it is!! Let’s move forward big week coming #COYGhttps://t.co/CIEDjNt4wV
On BT Sport, former referee Peter Walton, a company man good and true, expresses surprise that the penalty wasn’t given, which tells you all you need to know.
Pieters had his arm extended and batted the ball away! https://t.co/1E31KBd5cW#COYG#AFC#Gunners#Arsenal
Arsenal denied penalty after officials seem to miss Erik Pieters' handball, but VAR correctly overturns a spot-kick for the Gunners and Burnley defender's red card after ball ...