Tottenham Hotspur supervisor, Jose Mourinho, has mentioned referee Graham Scott ought to clarify his controversial choice to award a aim to Brighton, following their 2-1 win over Brighton on Sunday.
Bale’s header proved to be the winner, after Tariq Lamptey cancelled out Harry Kane’s penalty.
Nonetheless, the match was marred by refereeing and VAR controversy.
Lamptey scored the equaliser within the second half, regardless of Solly March fouling Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg within the build-up.
VAR operator, Jonathan Moss, alerted Scott to the attainable foul and requested the referee to return to the pitch-side monitor to evaluate March’s sort out.
Nonetheless, Scott dominated that Lamptey’s aim ought to stand, after viewing the incident for 70 seconds.
When requested concerning the choice after the match, Mourinho informed Sky Sports activities: “I favor to remain away [from VAR].
“Most likely the referee ought to go to the press convention and clarify. He had time to go to the display screen so solely he can clarify why it’s a aim. He is an effective ref and an excellent man, solely he can clarify that call. My view doesn’t matter.”
Lamptey’s aim wasn’t the one controversial second involving VAR, with Brighton’s Leandro Trossard having a penalty appealed dismissed by Moss after a evaluate.