Juve-Salernitana, at the Stadium there were only 5 offside cameras

Bianconeri perplexed by the decision to rely on the Var without having the necessary images

More than 24 hours after the final whistle, Juve-Salernitana continues to argue for the goal of Milikvalid, canceled for an offside of Bonucci, inexistent. The explanation ofHaguewho dumped the blame on the lack of images relating to the position of Candreva, he highlighted that there were not enough cameras at the stadium to cover all game situations. Available to detect any offside positions there were only five out of a total of 12 plus those of the Goal Line Technology and the tactical one of the Serie A League. This is the lowest standard among those made available for direction and Var. And that’s why Candreva’s position suddenly disappeared, causing a small earthquake.

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As a damaged part, the Juve it has not formally lodged a complaint and does not intend to do so, but it has revealed some perplexity. Above all because it was decided to rely on the Var while aware of not having all the necessary images available. Moreover, the action started from a corner kick and it is impossible that the decisive presence of the Salernitana player, who opposed Cuadrado’s cross, could have escaped. The race direction, therefore, would have had to discard a priori the indications of who was at the monitor, who could not judge on incomplete images. On the contrary, we would have had to rely on the judgment of who was on the pitch, referee and linesman, who had awarded Milik’s goal in the absence of certain and different indications.

The fact is, that according to what was collected by “la Repubblica”, Juve is the team that, since the introduction of the Var, has undergone the greatest number of contrary corrections (44) and which has the worst balance (-21). But at least one was a glaring mistake that cost two points.

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