Premier league news Chelsea fans fume as VAR disallows West Brom goal vs Liverpool Last spor news
PremierLeague-News.Com - The race for a top four finish took yet another twist after Liverpool's visit to West Brom was littered with dramatic moments
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Chelsea and Leicester were rivals in Saturday's FA Cup final, yet they were united in their furious reaction over West Brom's disallowed goal as they fell to a dramatic 2-1 defeat to Liverpool. Jurgen Klopp's side kept their hopes of a top four finish alive in the most spectacular fashion, with goalkeeper Alisson turning from goalkeeper to goal-scorer after his last-gasp header ensured his side returned to Merseyside with a vital three points. However, the ball was in Alisson's net shortly before that, Kyle Bartley getting on the end of a Semi Ajayi knock-down to lash home - only to have his effort chalked off because of the positioning of teammate Matt Phillips. Phillips was deemed to have been standing in a position that obstructed Alisson's eyeline, and after a VAR review - the original offside decision stood. The decision prompted social media outrage from Chelsea and Leicester fans alike. One user, @EiFSoccer, wrote: "Chelsea and Leicester will be gutted with Alisson’s last second header to win it for Liverpool.
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It has been an miserable weekend for Chelsea fans in particular, who lost the FA Cup final while having an 89th minute equaliser overturned courtesy of VAR, before seeing Liverpool's blushed spared, ensuring they stay within touching distance of the Blues. Another Chelsea fan, @Carefree_Jam, claimed: "VAR and Chelsea. Why was that West Brom goal disallowed against Liverpool now? I'm getting really mad man." Their sentiments were echoed by @craigowen15, who wrote: "Great header but West Brom have been robbed there , disgraceful VAR decision." 20 minutes later, Alisson made history by becoming the first Liverpool goalkeeper to score while actually playing in goal, meaning the Reds now sit just one point away from the top four on 63 points, breathing down the necks of fourth-placed Chelsea who boast 64.
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