New evidence shows Podence equaliser for Wolves shouldn’t have counted. Where is VAR when you need it?

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Chelsea took the lead at Molineux on Tuesday night through Olivier Giroud before Wolves winger Daniel Podence scored the equaliser. Pedro Neto then scored the winner for the hosts.

A new evidence has emerged showing Podence equaliser for Wolves shouldn’t have counted.

Seconds before Wolves scored their equalizer through Podence, the Blues conceded a corner which clearly went off Wolves defender Willy Boly’s body.

The corner wasn’t properly cleared by the Blues and Wolves scored their equaliser.

Chelsea should’ve been preparing for a goal-kick with Edouard Mendy and not defending a cornerkick which resulted in a goal.

The picture below clearly shows Thiago Silva’s clearance hitting Boly on its way out.

While it hurts a cornerkick was given instead of a goalkick, Chelsea should still have done enough to stop the goal.

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