Everton are currently leading at the Goodison Park in their English premier league fixture against Chelsea, as the scoreline remains 1-0 as at the time of writing this article. The both teams are indeed playing to their best performances to ensure that they win the match this afternoon. The first half ended in a 0-0 scoreline for both teams as they failed to convert their attempts and goal scoring chances into a goal.
However, there were some poor Referee and VAR decision against Everton in the second half as the Referee overlooked a couple of penalty appeals from Everton. Here is one of them.
Chelsea’s defender, Reece James handled the ball in their penalty box. According to the rules of football, whenever a player commits a handball in his own penalty box, it should be given as penalty to the opponent.
However, the Referee overlooked the Reece James incident, and refused to award Everton a penalty.
OPINION BY GRANTENZY.
What do you have to say about this Referee and Video Assistant Referee Decision against Everton this afternoon?