Everton vs Manchester United: The referee decision was right and VAR was doing it job

Contrary to the way Football Fans have judged Everton disallowed goal against Manchester United on Sunday, this analysis should give you a clear understanding on why the goal was disallowed by the referee after VAR review.

The referee was right

Though Everton scored but it's offside, Dominic Calvert-Lewin shot on goal hit Maguire leg, sending De Gea to a wrong direction, but Gylfi Sigurdsson was found lying down in offside position, though he never touch the ball, but he was observed to have interfered play before the ball hit the back of the net.

For the reason that an Everton player in offside position interfered with play, the referee has done a great job for been able to have disallowed the goal to take the scoreline back to 1-1.

VAR was doing it job

Without VAR the referee should have allowed the goal, but was able to review the play to have taken the best decision, VAR has done a great job to have made that happened.

Therefore, in the goal that was disallowed by the referee against Everton, the referee decision was right and VAR was helpful.

By Oladele Emmanuel

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