Manchester City were denied victory over Spurs in dramatic fashion on Saturday evening.
VAR broke City's hearts against Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League in April.
Raheem Sterling thought he had scored a late winner to send City though to the semi-finals, but it was later ruled out for offside.
And VAR would strike again at the Etihad Stadium.
The two sides were drawing 2-2 going into the final moments of their Premier League clash.
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Gabriel Jesus thought he had scored the winner in stoppage time.
The Brazilian forward latched onto the ball in the box and fired past Hugo Lloris.
The home side went crazy as they celebrated what they thought was three points.
However, Michael Oliver would eventually rule the goal out after consultation with VAR.
Not one Tottenham player appealed - but it was overturned due to a handball by Aymeric Laporte in the build-up.
Watch the decision below:
Understandably, Man City's players weren't happy.
They contested the decision and Jesus confronted the officials after the game.
He vented his frustrations at Oliver and could be seen and heard shouting 'VAR is s***' at the officials.
Watch it below:
Every Manchester City fan can relate to Jesus right now.
Pep Guardiola called on VAR to be fixed at full-time.
“I thought we left that situation in Tottenham in the Champions League last season. But it is the same," he told Sky Sports, per teamtalk.
"The referee and VAR disallow it. It’s the second time [it’s happened] – it’s tough. It’s honestly tough but it’s the way it is.
“It happened last week with Wolves and we saw for Chelsea on Wednesday – the keeper wasn’t on his line – Adrian in the penalty shoot-out.
"They have to fix it. The whistle inside matches now isn’t quite clear. But they believe it’s hands with Llorente in the Champions League and sometimes they don’t.
“It was incredible it wasn’t a penalty in the first half [for the foul on Rodri in the box] but VAR said it wasn’t and then at the end they did.
"I’m pretty sure people were happy today we just need to work harder at scoring our chances.”News Now - Sport News