VAR again had its say as Liverpool dropped two points at Brighton on Saturday lunchtime.
Pascall Gross’ late penalty was given after VAR advised Stuart Atwell to take a look at the pitchside monitor.
That was after the Reds had seen two of their goals ruled out for offside – one in either half.
VAR’s introduction had long been called for, but now as many people want it axed as want to keep it.
After the contest Jordan Henderson said: “We are talking about instances all the time and not the football. In my opinion I would rather play without it, yeah.”
He said: “It’s “clear and obvious” we need a serious discussion about VAR. Sure I’m not alone in feeling like they are falling out of love with the game in its current state.”
While left-back Andy Robertson, who was guilty of giving away the late penalty, wants for player input.
He said on social media: “Wonder when the people playing the game will have a say! Very frustrating day but credit to Brighton, really tough opponent!”
But have Liverpool actually won more than they’ve lost when it comes to VAR?
You think back to contentious penalties in their Champions League Final victory but then counter that with marginal offside calls like in the recent Merseyside derby.
We take a look at the VAR calls in the Premier League that have involved the Reds.
Chelsea vs Liverpool – September 22
Chelsea have a goal ruled out after Mason Mount was offside in the build-up to Cesar Azpilicueta’s goal.
Man United vs Liverpool – October 20
Sadio Mane has a first-half goal ruled out for handball.
Crystal Palace vs Liverpool – November 23
James Tomkins’ goal is ruled out after Jordan Ayew is judged to have pushed Dejan Lovren.
Liverpool vs Watford – December 14
Sadio Mane has a goal ruled out for offside.
Liverpool vs Wolves – December 29
Sadio Mane’s winning goal is given after originally being ruled out for handball by Adam Lallana.
Pedro Neto equalises for Wolves, but his strike is ruled out for offside in the build-up against Jonny.
Liverpool vs Man United – January 19
Roberto Firmino’s goal is disallowed for foul on David De Gea by Virgil van Dijk.
Man City vs Liverpool – July 2
Riyad Mahrez’s goal is ruled out for handball by Phil Foden in the build-up.
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Chelsea vs Liverpool – September 20
Andreas Christensen is sent off after denying a goal-scoring opportunity when bringing down Sadio Mane.
Everton vs Liverpool – October 17
Jordan Henderson has a stoppage time winner ruled out for an offside against Sadio Mane.
Liverpool vs Sheffield United – October 24
A penalty is awarded for foul on Oliver McBurnie by Fabinho which was adjudged to have been inside the box; Sander Berge dispatched the resulting spot kick
Mohamed Salah has a goal disallowed for offside.
Liverpool vs West Ham – October 31
Diogo Jota has a goal disallowed for a foul by Sadio Mane.
Man City vs Liverpool – November 8
A penalty is awarded for handball against Joe Gomez; Kevin De Bruyne misses from 12 yards.
Brighton vs Liverpool- November 28
Mohamed Salah has a first-half goal disallowed for offside.
Sadio Mane’s late header is ruled out for offside.
A penalty is awarded for a foul on Danny Welbeck by Andrew Robertson; Pascal Gross scored the spot-kick.
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