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REVEALED: VAR Offside desicion on Chilwell’s 90′ minute goal equaliser for Chelsea is proved WRONG

VAR cancelled Ben Chilwell's dying minutes goal regarding his offside position

The UEFA FA Cup final between Chelsea and Leicester City ended in a shallow win over to the Foxes, who just lifted the trophy for the first time in History.

However, after 70′ minutes of goal drought in the game, Youri Tieleman scored the opener for Leicester City after an uncalculated pass from Antonio Rudiger which created the perfect chance for the goal.

Chelsea fans were in shambles not until Ben Chilwell came to the rescue scoring an amazing goal; but VAR showed up, indicating the goal to be an offside. After much checking and drawing lines with supposed ‘MILLIMETRIC ACCURACY’, Chilwell’s ‘armpit’ was the only part of his body on the offside position.

The Goal however was cancelled and it gave the boost to Leicester as it was only few minutes to the whistle. The Foxes won the FA Cup as the final whistle came by.

Meanwhile, Chelsea fans in despair went back to observe the offside rule effect and found out the real truth of the whole thing.

The UEFA FA Cup final between Chelsea and Leicester City ended in a shallow win over to the Foxes, who just lifted the trophy for the first time in History.

However, after 70′ minutes of goal drought in the game, Youri Tieleman scored the opener for Leicester City after an uncalculated pass from Antonio Rudiger which created the perfect chance for the goal.

Chelsea fans were in shambles not until Ben Chilwell came to the rescue scoring an amazing goal; but VAR showed up, indicating the goal to be an offside. After much checking and drawing lines with supposed ‘MILLIMETRIC ACCURACY’, Chilwell’s ‘armpit’ was the only part of his body on the offside position.

The Goal however was cancelled and it gave the boost to Leicester as it was only few minutes to the whistle. The Foxes won the FA Cup as the final whistle came by.

Meanwhile, Chelsea fans in despair went back to observe the offside rule effect and found out the real truth of the whole thing.

The VAR rule is done with ‘Millimetric Accuracy’ and here, the VAR shows the ball – without enough precision – as it supposedly left the Passer’s Foot but it ended up apparently blurry as one observe see the actual Freeze frame to know and measure when the ball left the Passer’s foot and before Chilwell ran to receive the ball.

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It all shows the main reason why Chilwell’s goal is not supposed to be cancelled by the VAR and then causing them the FA Cup trophy.