Liverpool have reportedly made a formal request for the audio recording of the communication among match officials during their 2-1 defeat to Tottenham on Saturday.
This request comes in response to their inability to reverse an incorrect decision that disallowed a goal by Luis Diaz.
The incident occurred in the 34th minute of the Premier League match in London when Diaz was wrongly flagged for offside. Despite the presence of the video assistant referee (VAR), the decision was not overturned.
Liverpool suffered their first defeat of the season, and both the club and the governing body for referees, PGMOL (Professional Game Match Officials Limited), acknowledged a “significant error.”
Liverpool expressed concern over the impact on sporting integrity and indicated their intention to explore further options for resolution. As a result of the error, VAR officials Darren England and Dan Cook were removed from duty for the rest of the weekend.
It’s worth noting that the selection of English officials for international matches is a collaborative decision involving the Football Association and PGMOL, with travel permissions granted accordingly.
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