According to former Premier League referee and current VAR official Mike Dean, the decision to award Marcus Rashford’s goal against Liverpool was correct
On Monday at Old Trafford, Rashford capitalized on Anthony Martial’s through ball to burst away and score Manchester United’s second goal. The VAR had to examine before referee Michael Oliver could agree that the strike had been awarded. Nigeria Information Guide
At first glance, it appeared that Liverpool’s Joe Gomez had arrived in time to replace the United star. However, after VAR Darren England drew the now-famous lines, Gomez’s shoulder was revealed to have played the Englishman onside. JAMB outcome
“The weekend’s heavy offside before goals became a motif. Some, like as Arsenal’s Gabriel Jesus, have advocated for the striker. “Some went for them, such as Marcus Rashford of Manchester United,” he told the Daily Mail.
“Two years ago, Rashford’s attack may have been called off due to one of those ‘nail’ offside scenarios that were emphasized when VAR first arrived in England. However, the Premier League and PGMOL have implemented modifications for the betterment of the game, in accordance with UEFA competitions and national championships around Europe.
“As majority of Old Trafford celebrated United’s 2-0 lead, VAR Darren England and his squad at Stockley Park got a view of the moment Rashford broke behind the Liverpool backline “.
“As a VAR, I double-check everything and then block it. When the system is obstructed, it flashes green for onside and red for offside. It’s not personal. It is accurate. However, adjustments were made last summer so that if the lines overlap, it appears on the page.