That's where I am at, not saying I like it
I'm not 100% with that, again in principle but what I'm not sure about with using var is that you can slow things down, look at it from three or more angles and you can get that to fit whatever narrative is in your mind
Not deliberately but subconsciously
Var for me takes out the context of the situation in some of these cases
A VAR only has to confirm whether it's a penalty or not. A yellow can only be given by the referee if the VAR believes there has been no contact, therefore no penalty.
When Mo Salah won similar penalties before, we all rushed to defend him as we should. If you get a penalty, then you can react any way you want as it makes no sense to be given a penalty and booked (again) for it.
I personally can't see any contact to justify the decision (I thought there was more contact for the penalty at Napoli last year, and there wasn't a lot in that either) In any case, the penalty was saved anyway, so we can forget about it and move on.