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Tech failure leads to mistake in title match
    2018-05-07  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A “TECHNICAL failure” in the video review system, the same technology that will be used at next month’s World Cup in Russia, resulted in the incorrect awarding of a goal that ultimately decided the A-League championship, Football Federation Australia (FFA) said yesterday.

The FFA conducted a review into the decision to allow a hotly-disputed goal from Kosta Barbarouses in his team’s 1-0 win over the Newcastle Jets in Saturday’s A-League grand final.

Television replays showed that James Donachie, who assisted in the championship-deciding goal, was in an offside position, so the goal should have been disallowed. But the FFA said the Video Assistant Referee (VAR), who adjudicated on the goal, did not have access to the same footage because of a technical glitch, so allowed the goal to stand.

The FFA’s head of the A-League, Greg O’Rourke, said that the Hawkeye software that uploads the broadcast feed into the VAR system was partially lost just seconds before Victory’s goal, and by the time it was restored, it was too late to change the decision because the match had restarted.(SD-Agencies)

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