Hoping England beat USA tonight. Can't stand that USA team.
But if England do go out, it's got to be via a controversial/tight VAR call.
That will do.
I've suffered the disappointment of many England defeats but not this. This is barely football so for me it simply means nothing.
Fair play to the women though, they picked themselves up and took the VAR call without dispute after their goal was disallowed. They were if course buoyed by hope, the game was still very much theirs. They then benefited from VAR but wasted that golden chance.
Was a penalty though. Correct decision. That's VAR. The rules are the rules mantra.
What needs to change is the communication. We need to know why some incidents get looked at but others don't. And if the decision has been made by the officials in the VAR room, then what is the point in the referee spending minutes to go and check the same videos?