VAR was once again a big talking point during Liverpool versus Manchester City.
The technology's implementation in the Premier League has been widely criticised, with ridiculously tight offside calls angering supporters up and down the country.
However, if those at Stockley Park are going to scrutinise evert marginal offside, they at least have to do so consistently.
But when Mohamed Salah nodded in Liverpool's second goal, VAR decided not to bring out the dotted lines and review the incident.
Sky Sports did not show any replays of the incident at the time, but they did prove Salah was onside later in the half.
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It's a very tight call, but no one could understand why the technology was not used like it was in yesterday's game between Tottenham and Sheffield United.
The Blades had a goal chalked off for the most minimal of offsides on John Lundstram, with the review of the incident taking around four minutes.
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