“Sweary VAR communication transcript during Luis Diaz’s goal reveals severe panic among officials.”

Liverpool’s calls for a copy of the VAR audio from their controversial match against Tottenham to be released have been answered by the PGMOL.

The Reds were left fuming at the referees’ body on Saturday evening after being denied a perfectly valid goal from Luis Diaz. The Colombian had his effort disallowed for offside after VARs Darren England and Dan Cook mistakenly thought the initial on-field decision was onside, before failing to reverse the decision despite realising their blunder.

PGMOL admitted to making a “significant human error” after the game, which led Liverpool to call for the release of the audio involving their decision. The governing body did exactly that on Tuesday night in the name of transparency.

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Yet the astonishing audio shows VAR officials Darren England and Dan Cook being congratulated for a ‘good process’ by on-field referee Simon Hooper just after making the biggest blunder in the history of Premier League officiating.

It showcases the extent of panic as the VAR and assistant VAR realised their mistake. One of the officials could even be heard swearing before the insistence that they couldn’t take any action after the game had been restarted with a Spurs free-kick.