VAR howlers that have led to apologies impacting Spurs, Chelsea, Arsenal and Crystal Palace
Tottenham Hotspur bagged three points against rivals and top-four challengers Liverpool this weekend but Ange Postecoglou's side were helped on their way there by a major VAR howler.
The PGMOL was forced to admit a 'major human error' in chalking off Luiz Diaz's first-half goal for the Reds with Liverpool seething at the decision, which ultimately helped Spurs win the meeting 2-1.
It's not the first time VAR chiefs have had to admit wrongdoing against a team playing Tottenham Hotspur but fans of the North London club will also feel they've had decisions go against them in recent years.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Crystal Palace and more London clubs have been involved in VAR errors that have led to apologies. LondonWorld casts an eye over each one of the incidents that have led to an official apology from the PGMOL.
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