Chelsea striker Timo Werner had a goal against Southampton disallowed by the VAR before he finally scored Chelsea’s second goal.
Werner looked to have doubled Chelsea’s lead just before half-time, only for VAR to rule out the strike as Cesar Azpilicueta was adjudged to have fouled Kyle Walker-Peters in the build-up.
According to Paul Merson, the goal should have stood as the incident between Azpilicueta and Walker-Peters could not be considered part of the build-up to the goal.
He said on Sky’s Soccer Saturday coverage: “Seriously? How far are they taking this back? That [incident] was on Friday that was!
“I don’t think it’s a foul, Azpilicueta just catches him but seriously Walker-Peters just falls over.”