Fluminense’s 1-0 win over Fortaleza, on Sunday, in Castellao, was marked by controversy. With the help of VAR technology, the referee eliminated two teams, one from each. This evening, the Brazilian Football Confederation released a video referee analysis of the two bids.
The two goals that were not allowed came in the second half. First, Fortaleza scored with Moisés, but the show was invalidated due to Landázuri’s lack of Yago Felipe in the show’s origin. The VAR then indicated that German Kano was offside. It was necessary to use fonts.
VAR analyzes Fortaleza’s goal against Fluminense
With the ball rolling, referee Anderson Daronko did not foul Landazuri on Iago Philippe and let the match continue. Then, on a quick counterattack, Moisés scored for Fortaleza, which would be the equalizer.
However, the VAR called Daronko, who reviewed the presentation to the VAR. The referee agreed that Landázuri prevented Yago from getting up at the play’s origin and disallowed the goal. At Central do Abito, BC Oliveira said the goal was well canceled out.
VAR analyzes Fluminense’s goal against Fortaleza
In the 29th minute, it was Fluminense’s turn to cancel a goal. German Kano was thrown by Wellington, and Matthews Jossa was cut and hit with his left hand. But the VAR noted that there was an offside in a very difficult game, which is virtually impossible to diagnose without the help of technology. After tracing the lines, the referee realized that the Argentine was slightly ahead of the mark when he was released. Coach Fernando Deniz complained a lot about this move after the match.
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