Not too good for all Chelsea fans as Premier League boards asked to review yesterday’s match at Stamford Bridge1 min read
Professional Game Match Officials Limited was formed in 2001 to improve refereeing standards. The group officiate across all EFL, Premier League and Football Association Competitions with all three organisations funding it.
Chelsea yesterday played against West Ham United at Stamford Bridge in Premier League debut. The Blues had a victory of 2 goals against rivals who managed to score only 1 goal.
The Premier League has asked refereeing body PGMOL to review the VAR incidents at Chelsea and Newcastle on Saturday.
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West Ham were denied a late equalizer when Maxwel Cornet’s goal was ticked off after a VAR review revealed Jarrod Bowen had fouled Chelsea goalkeeper Edouard Mendy in the run-up.
Referee Andy Madley was sent to the monitor by VAR Jarred Gillet at Stockley Park to see Cornet’s goal again for an apparent easy challenge on Jarrod Bowen’s Chelsea goalkeeper Mendy.
BREAKING: The Premier League have asked PGMOL to review incidents at Chelsea and Newcastle yesterday.