West Ham United manager David Moyes has taken intention at the video assistant referee (VAR) after a call went towards his aspect within the 2-1 win at Leeds United on Saturday and known as on the Premier League`s extra influential managers to protest.
West Ham goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski conceded a penalty within the second minute when he introduced down Patrick Bamford however appeared to have redeemed himself by saving Mateusz Klich`s spot-kick.
But after a evaluate by VAR, a retake was ordered as a result of Fabianski leaving his line, and Klich scored at the second try.
“Until we get the rules sorted out I don`t think I`m going to be too happy,” mentioned Moyes, whose aspect fought again to clinch victory with headed objectives by midfielder Tomas Soucek and defender Angelo Ogbonna.
“There are some horrible choices which might be taking place. Whoever noticed it will need to have had (Fabianski`s foot) X-rayed. The determination was garbage.
“I think his heel is on the line. You need to have a microscope to see it. Surely the benefit should go to the goalkeeper. The game continued for 15 seconds. I am disappointed and angry.”
“Maybe there will be more influential managers that can make a difference with what they say.”
The win lifted the Hammers to fifth spot within the standings with 20 factors after 12 video games.