• The Telegraph

    The critical and fundamental difference that marks Liverpool Var blunder out from the rest

    As the straw man argument persists about the validity of a replay between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool (Liverpool have never asked for one) and why there is no refereeing conspiracy (no-one beyond social media has suggested there is), the Premier League must consider an inconvenient question following the release of the audio surrounding Luis Diaz’s ‘goal’.

  • Evening Standard

    How VAR will change after shambolic Tottenham vs Liverpool controversy

    Referees' body, the PGMOL, have vowed to change their communication protocols to prevent another embarrassing VAR blunder. The audio from the bungled VAR call which cost Liverpool the opening goal in Saturday's defeat at Tottenham was released last night, confirming that VAR Darren England was immediately told he had made a mistake but felt unable to correct it. Luis Diaz's strike was incorrectly flagged offside, but England (below) failed to correct the error on reviewing the footage because he mistakenly believed a goal had been awarded by the on-field officials.

  • Evening Standard

    15 key revelations from the David Beckham documentary

    From his clinical depression to those Rebecca Loos affair allegations, Beckham bares his soul in a new Netflix show. Amy Francombe looks at the four-part limited series