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Chris Wilder joins Sky Sports to discuss Sheffield United’s controversially disallowed equalizer against Spurs, and Robbie Mustoe and Kyle Martino add their take on VAR’s first season in the Premier League. #NBCSports #PremierLeague #SheffieldUnited #Tottenham
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  1. Gregory Bertrand

    11.11.2019 at 05:36

    The thing I don't understand about the "clear and obvious error" thing is, is it meant as the referee clearly missed this decision because he didn't see it, or does it mean the referee made a clear and obvious error in his interpretations of the rules?

  2. dRag0niuS

    11.11.2019 at 05:36

    keep in mind sheffield is 5th on the table

  3. Kyle Martinich

    11.11.2019 at 05:36

    It’s so close I personally wouldn’t call it off

  4. Jerry Kicks

    11.11.2019 at 05:36

    var in the English premier league is the worst , they suck at using it

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BSNL already has 10,000 BTS that are 4G ready. Further the PSU also has 20 MHz spectrum in the 2600 band (Broadband and Wireless

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