FANS were left baffled as VAR reviewed the wrong image during Brentford’s clash with Everton.
The Toffees led through Abdoulaye Doucoure, before Mathias Jensen levelled for the home side.
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Everton supporters felt that they may be given a reprieve, when a VAR check seemed to draw a line suggesting there had been an offside in the build-up.
But it was later revealed that they had been wasting time reviewing the wrong image, much to the Evertonians’ ire.
One tweeted: “So the 1st VAR check was Offside and then they realised, they were looking at a wrong frame.
“These Officials really haven’t a Clue!!!!”
While a second wrote: “WTF were they looking at ? Jesus Christ Almighty.”
A third fumed: “VAR officials tried to rule out the goal using the wrong frame.”
Another added: “Did the officials on VAR really just study the wrong phase of play for ages on that Brentford goal?
“They really are abhorrently useless.”
Sean Dyche’s men went into the match chasing their first Premier League victory of the season.
Their solitary point to date came in the 2-2 draw at Sheffield United.
They took the lead on just six minutes via Doucoure’s sweet half-volley.
But Jensen’s strike pegged them back, just moments after Doucoure had struck the woodwork.