#JoseMourinho guided #TottenhamHotspur to a hard fought #2-0 win against 10-man #Manchester City in a premier league match on Sunday evening.
Tottenham vs Manchester City was struck by VAR madness shortly before half-time.
After Serge Aurier fouled Sergio Aguero inside the penalty box, referee Mike Dean originally waved play on.
But two minutes later the game was halted as VAR – which was checking the foul while play was going on – confirmed it was a penalty.
Ilkay Gundogan stepped up and saw his spot-kick saved by Hugo Lloris – but don’t worry, the drama wasn’t done there.
In the aftermath, Raheem Sterling tried to score the rebound and appeared to be tripped by the Spurs goalkeeper.
Dean pointed for a goal kick after the forward went down and a bit of argy-bargy followed, while VAR checked that decision.
The technology eventually judged Sterling to have dived and decided to award no penalty.
Check out the crazy three minutes of play below:
Unbelievable. We’re also wondering why Sterling wasn’t given a second yellow
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