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VAR audio recordings released during the controversial game between Newcastle and Arsenal

VAR audio recordings released during the controversial game between Newcastle and Arsenal

The VAR audio recordings from today’s contentious match between Newcastle United and Arsenal have been made public.

This afternoon, Arsenal lost to St. James’ Park in the Premier League for the first time this year, ending their winning start to the campaign. Mikel Arteta is among the many who believe that VAR unfairly disadvantaged his team in today’s match against Newcastle United.

A four-minute review followed Anthony Gordon’s contentious second-half goal before VAR upheld the score. Joe Willock’s cross into the goal gave Arsenal cause for grievance, as the ball appeared to be out of play before it was. Furthermore, it looks like Gabriel was fouled, and then Joelinton gives the ball to Gordon in an improper manner.

Regarding the goal’s inspection for three possible infractions, Mikel Arteta said, “That makes it even worse, makes it look even worse, it makes it even worse.” All you really need to do is view one image, and chances are you’ll glance at the second one.

And it’s okay if this is the goal.To be honest, I don’t give a damn about what they say. It is the result. Regardless of what they say, it’s too late. I want no part of being controlled by others. I feel unwell. That’s my sentiment. To be a part of this makes me sick.

The audio recordings from the crucial moments of Saturday afternoon’s match between Newcastle United and Arsenal have now been made available by PGMOL.

On Bruno Guimaraes elbow: “It’s not nice, but it’s just a yellow card; he hasn’t used it as a weapon.”

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On the Newcastle goal: “It’s not nice, but it’s just a yellow card; he hasn’t used it as a weapon.”

On the push on Gabriel: Two hands are on Gabriel’s back, but it’s unclear if they are pushing.

On Gordon being offside: “Stay with the onfield decision; there’s no conclusive evidence that Gordan is behind the ball.”

In response to the contentious decisions made at St. James’ Park today, PGMOL has responded.

On Bruno Guimaraes elbow: “It’s not nice, but it’s just a yellow card; he hasn’t used it as a weapon.”

On the Newcastle goal: “The ball looks out but we can’t possibly give it from that… pic.twitter.com/zhgEKkZBg5

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