Crystal Palace loss was not without controversy as well. Like many Leeds fans undoubtedly know, Patrick Bamford is considered to be offside when he apparently even the score at 1-1 after pointing to a teammate to indicate he wanted a ball played. Marcelo Bielsa as manager refused to comment on the decision, the rain seems to be somewhat continuous.
According to the Daily Mail, the club themselves are set to write to the Premier League in order to achieve greater clarity both VAR and offside. If there is good to note that the report says Leeds did not criticize the actions of officials, in particular the apparently were determined to express concern about the use of both regulation and technology is impacting English football at the time.
Victor Orta is understood to have been furious in the stands at Selhurst Park. GIVEMESPORT run a weekly program ‘How the table Premier League would look if it was not being used VAR’ feature and from the game of week 7 (last week), Leeds would actually be a worse overall point as our estimates.
Still, the decision to rule out Bamford goal is obviously controversial and it is easy to see why Leeds United irritate camp. In fact, his arm may very well have been ahead of the defenders of the palace, but it is not only the shoulder which is legal to score from.