Jordan Ayew’s dramatic late VAR-awarded goal earned a 2-1 win for Crystal Palace at West Ham.
Premier League leaders Liverpool maintained their 100 per cent start to the season, while champions Manchester City returned to winning ways in emphatic fashion.
James Maddison’s late winner earned Leicester a pulsating 2-1 home victory over Tottenham – as VAR took centre stage again.
Derby manager Phillip Cocu is hopeful VAR will one day be rolled out in the Sky Bet Championship after seeing two key decisions go against his side in a 1-1 draw with Cardiff at Pride Park.
Aston Villa forward Jonathan Kodjia has had surgery to repair a fractured cheekbone, manager Dean Smith has confirmed.
Sky presenter and Hartlepool president Jeff Stelling says he is bored of talking about VAR just four games into the new Premier League season.
Video assistant referees, or VAR, have been at the centre of plenty of talking points since they were introduced to the Premier League at the start of the season.
Former Premier League referee Keith Hackett wants a change in the VAR process and further training during the international break, saying: “The situation is untenable.”
The use – or in some cases non-use – of the VAR system created some major talking points in the Premier League over the weekend. Here, PA looks at some of the controversies.
Howard Webb successfully implemented video technology in Major League Soccer and believes there will be a “huge net benefit” from its introduction in the Premier League.
Harry Kane was left scratching his head after he was denied a penalty in Tottenham’s defeat to Newcastle on Sunday and says VAR should have changed the decision.
Pep Guardiola feels Manchester City face an “amazing challenge” to retain the Premier League title after being on the receiving end of another controversial VAR call.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo insisted he was not concerned about his side’s hectic start to the season following Sunday’s 1-1 draw against Burnley.
Moussa Djenepo’s stunning first Premier League goal set Southampton on course for their first points of the season as they won 2-0 at 10-man Brighton.
A first-versus-second clash between Liverpool and Arsenal headlines the fixtures on the third weekend of the new Premier League season.
Pundit Ian Holloway has moved to clarify his comments over Brexit and the new handball law, arguing its introduction at the same time as VAR’s arrival in the Premier League has caused chaos.
Jamie Carragher believes the decision by the video assistant referee to disallow Gabriel Jesus’ late winner for Manchester City against Tottenham was “VAR at its best”.
The controversy surrounding Gabriel Jesus’ disallowed winner for Manchester City on Saturday will not be a “trigger” to review the handball law.
Pep Guardiola and Manchester City were once again frustrated by VAR after Gabriel Jesus’ last-gasp ‘winner’ against Tottenham was chalked off on Saturday evening.
The Video Assistant Referee system was a major talking point on its first weekend in Premier League action.
The 2019-20 Premier League season is just a few days old, and yet the newly implemented VAR technology has already stolen the headlines on multiple occasions.
Wolves were denied victory at Leicester after Leander Dendoncker’s goal was ruled out by VAR.
The second game of the 2019/20 Premier League season produced the division’s first VAR-overturned goal and prompted plenty of discussion.
Raheem Sterling got Manchester City’s title defence off to a flying start with a hat-trick at West Ham as VAR made its mark in the Premier League for the first time.
The Premier League’s first night with the Video Assistant Referee system ran smoothly at Anfield – with the only issue coming from the communication headsets.
Video Assistant Referee (VAR) technology is to be trialled in one of the world’s oldest equestrian sports as jousting becomes subject to the same scrutiny as football and tennis.
Former referee Neil Swarbrick insists fans do not need to worry about lengthy delays to Premier League games when the video assistant referee is introduced for the forthcoming season.
Outgoing SFA president Alan McRae believes it’s a matter of time before VAR comes into Scottish football.
Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen accepts the art of defending will have to adapt to VAR after the latest controversy in the Champions League quarter-final win over Manchester City.
Word reaches my royal ear (Copyright: King Louie, Jungle Book) that the Dandies desperately needed VAR at Pittodrie last week against Kilmarnock.