Tottenham Defeated City Despite VAR Drama.
Manchester City on the blink of missing Champions League Semi Finals.
Tottenham will go to Ethihad with a One goal advantage against Manchester City.
VAR award City A Controversial Penalty.
Manchester City were dealt a huge blow by North Londoners Tottenham Hotspur, the pair clash in the champions league quarter finals at Wembley Stadium, and the host were good enough to contain their opponents.
Manchester City Were Awarded a penalty by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) in the early stages of the game, the decision was somehow harsh as Tottenham’s defender appeared to have his arms close to his body.
The referee’s decision caused a lot of drama with Tottenham condemning the decision as totally wrong.
Kun Aguero steps up for the spot kick but could not fire the controversial Penalty pass Spurs Goalkeeper as the Skipper Pulled a clean Save to keep his team in the game.
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Manchester City has been struggling in the Champions League for the past seasons but seems to have little impact in the competition and it looks like this year will not be a different story for The Citizens.
|Tottenham secures a win at Wembley|
Tottenham’s win at Wembley gives them a Chance to qualify to the Champions League Semi’s though the tie did not appear easy for spurs as their talisman Harry Kane appeared badly injured as he leaves the stadium with Crutches.
Harry Kane was left fuming in the 55 minutes when City Defender Fabian Delph inadvertently steps on his Ankle, the incident left the striker with an ankle injury and was unable to continue playing, even worse the Spurs Star is reported by his manager Mouricio Pochetino that he might be out of action for the whole of this season.
The use of Technology have proven to
be a positive contribution to football practices, but it has caused controversies in many occasions and some are starting to doubt the Video man as some decisions are somehow harsh, including the penalty against Spurs today, the defender was clearly seen with his arms still close to his body but the referee decisions must be respected and Tottenham calm themselves only to jump in joy as their star Goalkeeper blocked Sergio Aguero.
The two sides will face each other on Wednesday, I7 April for their Champions League second leg and repeat the feature three days later in the Premier League.