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Aston Villa manager Dean Smith says an "absurd VAR choice" added to Tottenham's last-wheeze Premier League succeed at Villa Park on Sunday 16, 2020.


News reach us on sunday that Spikes were granted a punishment by VAR when the score was 1-1, with Son Heung-min scoring the bounce back.
The South Korean forward later scored a stoppage-time champ, agreeing with Jose Mourinho's stance up to fifth in the table, a point behind fourth-set Chelsea.
Smith was vigorously condemning of VAR's intercession. "I don't get it," he said.

"There's 42,000 individuals in the arena, he [referee Martin Atkinson] gives an objective kick and everybody trusts it's an objective kick.

"It was a ridiculous VAR choice. The criteria is clear and self-evident. It's not clear and self-evident. Martin Atkinson stood up yet his position has been removed.

"I told Martin at half-time I didn't accuse him, yet in the event that he was courageous enough to stroll over to that screen it takes 30 seconds, you go, 'No, I'm content with my choice' and we play on.

"Rather we go into a domain where there's no vibe for the game or what's occurred and we settle on a choice. It was an irritated outcome for us, it's an intense one to take."

The outcome implies Villa stay a point over the last three in seventeenth.

They made the more grounded start and led the pack by means of Toby Alderweireld's own objective - with the Spurs protector nudging Anwar El Ghazi's cross past goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

The Belgian made amends by balancing with a wonderful calculated exertion that flew into the upper right corner of the Villa objective from 10 yards.

Spikes went in front when Steven Bergwijn won the punishment in the wake of being made a decision to have been fouled by home safeguard Bjorn Engels.

While Engels headed in from a Jack Grealish corner to again draw the sides level, his late mix-up permitted Son to race clear to put the ball past Reina as Villa's hopeless run against sides in the top portion of the table proceeded.

Manor mistakes cost them once more

While Dean Smith's side have earned only one point against sides right now in the top a large portion of, a more extensive worry for the Villa manager is that eight of their 15 thrashings this term have been by a lone objective.

This was another event on which they could have taken at any rate a point from a hard-battled challenge however for singular mistakes - with Engels having an evening to overlook.

The 25-year-old Belgian, who began as a result of Tyrone Mings' nonappearance through sickness, made some troublesome memories managing the development and pace of Bergwijn, Son and Lucas Moura.

It was his rash test on Bergwijn that permitted the guests to go in at the interim with the lead in a game Villa had delighted in the better of up to that point.

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