Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has revealed he was disappointed with the VAR decisions during the Reds' 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Sunday.
Marcus Rashford's opener was awarded despite an alleged foul on Divock Origi, and then Sadio Mané saw a goal ruled out just minutes later after it was determined he had handled the ball in the buildup.
He said: "I would be really interested in what you all think...I know what I think. I was 100% sure VAR would overrule it. The ref let the game run because he has VAR. But VAR then says it's not clear, so he could say it isn't a foul but should we overrule it? I'm not angry.
"I know sometimes in England you say 'that's not a foul, it's a challenge'. [Referee Martin] Atkinson let it go because somebody else could make a decision, and they didn't make the decision.
"They scored a goal that shows all the problems with VAR. Mr Atkinson, I’m sure, thinks he’ll let the game run because we have VAR. Then the VAR says ‘yeah there was contact, but you saw it differently'. 100% I see it like this.
Source : 90min