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Moyes claims Brighton's second goal should have been disallowed

Sun 27 December 2020 | 20:17

West Ham boss is extremely angry by the decision of the referee to allow Lewis Dunk's goal.

West Ham

got one point against

Brighton

. Lewis Dunk scored the second goal against West Ham in the 2-2 draw and it was yet another controversial decision by the VAR.

David Moyes

believes that the ball touched Dunk’s hand and asks the FA to clarify the law.

The Premier League said afterward that although it was reviewed at length by the VAR, there was not any “clear and conclusive evidence” that the ball had touched Dunk’s hand.

But Hammers boss Moyes said:

“I’ve looked back at it and it hits his arm. Maybe I should ask about the rules. If it hits his arm and it leads to a goal, I think the rules would tell me that’s a handball.

“If that’s the rules we are playing to we need to know why VAR chose not to.

“We’d like it to come from the people who make the decisions. They must surely have the same camera angles.

“We’ve had a couple of really raw decisions lately. I don’t think the Premier League doing a particularly good job of explaining it.

“If they made a mistake I’d like some one to say they got that wrong. Then I’d accept it. But we’re not getting any clarity. We’d like to know.”

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