Millie Bright, captain of the English team, said that incorrect decisions are “frustrating” and that there is a lack of “consistency” in decisions in sport
The Women’s Nations League does not impose the need for VAR in stadiums and leaves it to the discretion of the host country
Millie Brightcaptain of the English team, cried out about the lack of VAR in the Nations League and assured that incorrect decisions are “frustrating” and that there is a lack of “consistency” in decisions in sport.
The English team lost its second match of the League of Nations against Holland, in a match in which they had two goals disallowed for offside. The League of Nations feminine does not impose the need for VAR in stadiums and leaves it to the discretion of the host country.
“This is international football and we do not have VAR. Is incredible. There is no consistency. It’s always frustrating when there is no VAR. “We are trying to make the level of our sport as high and professional as possible, but sometimes there is VAR and sometimes there is not, sometimes there is goal technology and sometimes there is not,” he said. Bright on the British BBC network.
“It is very bad luck that very important decisions are take evil. “This is where we players have to raise our voices and demand that things be done better,” he added.
Englandwho started behind on the scoreboard, managed to tie in the second half thanks to a goal from Alessia Russobut at the last minute, Renate Jansen He scored the Dutch victory.