Valencia asks the FEF for the audio of the VOR in Aspas's goal

As AS learned, the club is upset that the offside image is not seen on television and has formally requested further explanations.


Valencia has asked the Federation for the audio and video of the VOR in the controversial goal by Iago Aspas. As AS has learned, the club is upset by the fact that the image was not seen on television and, therefore, has formally asked for clarification of what happened. In the 13th minute of the game, the Celta striker advanced his team after a great pass from Nolito. However, the image was not clear and the visiting footballers claimed offside.

After checking the VAR, Gil Manzano validated the report, despite the fact that in the television shot, Aspas' shoulder seemed advanced. The club, however, hoped that the image of the VAR clarified that the attacker, indeed, was not ahead. But the shot did not arrive at any time, which caused the anger to escalate.

The Federation wanted to clarify what happened. The CTA argued that it was "an operational error" by the company that provides the VAR's technological services and published the image. The position is so tight that it continues to leave doubts. Even so, Valencia's complaint is based on its not being broadcast and now wants to clarify what happened in the VOR room during the minute that the game was stopped.

In addition to this action, Valencia is unhappy with the arbitration that they experienced in Balaídos. He also questions the foul prior to Aspas' direct kick goal and a possible penalty on Manu Vallejo due to a push by Aidoo. The RFEF, which defended "the rigor and professionalism of Hawk Eye", must now comply and finish clarifying the matter after the claim that comes from Mestalla.

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