David Moyes was left fuming with VAR's decision not to disallow Tottenham's opener for a handball in their 2-0 win over West Ham.
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Spurs went on to win 2-0 thanks to Harry Kane's second,中国竞彩网澳超情报：珀斯射手弗纳罗利已入12球, but Moyes was furious with the video technology for the second time this season, after Robert Snodgrass' goal was ruled out in West Ham's 1-0 defeat at Sheffield United in January.
2:05 Bobby Zamora and Jamie Redknapp both felt there was a handball in the build-up to Tottenham's first goal and felt VAR made the wrong decision Bobby Zamora and Jamie Redknapp both felt there was a handball in the build-up to Tottenham's first goal and felt VAR made the wrong decision
Moyes told Sky Sports: "I can't believe they've ruled that as a goal. The rules are that any handball that leads to a goal is disallowed? We had a great goal ruled out against Sheffield United for something - and they've not ruled that one out? Who was on VAR tonight? They need subbed, I know that. Not very good,案例分析：我的车挂在你名下，法院判给谁？, eh?
"That's the rule. I don't think it's a particularly good rule but it's the rule. For them not to give that tonight? I can't believe it. I can't believe it."
Handball rule - Premier League via IFAB
Any goal scored or created with the use of the hand or arm will be disallowed this season even if it is accidental.
Moyes later added in his post-match press conference: "I thought that every ball that hit an arm and led to a goal was to be chalked off.
"I am asking who is it making that decision? We scored a really good goal in the 90th minute at Sheffield United and the boy claimed it was handball and we couldn't believe it.
"Do I think it is a good rule? No I don't. Whoever it was on VAR tonight, didn't do his job right because he didn't abide by the rules we were told we are supposed to play to."
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"By the letter of the law, Spurs get away with one. It should have been disallowed. I'm not a big fan of the rule, it's ball to hand - a complete accident. But we've seen goals disallowed for it this season, Gabriel Jesus for Manchester City. The ball just glides of Sanchez's arm. It's minimal, but the goal shouldn't of stood. It's a rubbish rule.
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"I feel [Moyes'] pain. These are the moments that can keep you up. You are asking people to do their jobs correctly,外媒关注：中国加强新时代公民道德建设. Moyes has asked his players to do their jobs - if people at Stockley Park can't do their jobs that's not helping his cause. It was a big moment in the game,英媒：中国科技“独角兽”受市场追捧.
"The guy involved has been involved in a few games where there has been mistakes - it's not right, you've got to do your job properly."
Also speaking on Sky Sports, Bobby Zamora said: "I'm upset. The VAR has the access to the footage. I don't see if the rule is that clear how he can make a mistake."
Coote's previous VAR blunders
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Tuesday's game was not the first time Coote has made errors as the VAR referee. On February 22, he oversaw two games from Stockley Park and made glaring mistakes in both.
The first also included Tottenham, coming in a 2-1 defeat to Chelsea, when Giovani Lo Celso appeared to stamp on Cesar Azpilicueta's leg but Coote decided it was not serious foul play. The PGMOL later apologised for the 'human error' in failing to dismiss Lo Celso.
Former Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher told Ref Watch at the time: "It should have been a red card. I don't think there's any doubt about it, I think everyone expected a red card and looking back, everyone has said it should have been.
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"What happened is, I think the VAR, who came to his conclusion looked at it and wanted to be sure, and has changed his mind a few times."