Ref Watch: Fabinho’s challenge on Tottenham forward Son Heung-min – Dermot Gallagher gives verdict

Dermot Gallagher dissects the large flashpoints from the weekend’s motion on Ref Watch.

Liverpool 1-1 Tottenham

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Former Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher felt Michael Oliver’s resolution to provide Fabinho a yellow card for his challenge on Heung-Min Son was the proper name

INCIDENT: Was Liverpool midfielder Fabinho fortunate to not have acquired greater than a reserving for a forceful challenge on Spurs forward Heung-Min Son?

VERDICT: Correct resolution.

DERMOT SAYS: “I think yellow card is the right decision. If you look, he catches him with his forearm, his forearm is up, but it is there and Son goes into it, it is not one he has used as a weapon as I call the throwing it back. So, I think right call…”

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Arsenal 2-1 Leeds United

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Dermot Gallagher says referee Chris Kavanagh was proper to alter his resolution from a yellow to a crimson card after a VAR evaluation of Luke Ayling’s deal with on Gabriel Martinelli

INCIDENT: Luke Ayling is proven a straight crimson card by the VAR after initially solely being given a warning for a wild deal with on Gabriel Martinelli.

VERDICT: Correct resolution.

DERMOT SAYS: “Definitely [the right decision]. The course of is ideal because the referee [Chris Kavanagh], for no matter cause, doesn’t see this angle of the pace he’s coming in, he actually doesn’t see the 2-footed deal with.

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“You see him going across the ground like he does, he is out of control, there is no way he can stop himself, it is a dangerous tackle anyhow, when Chris is sent to the screen, he does not take long to look as the VAR [John Brooks] has said, ‘look, in my opinion you need to look at this again, I think it is a bad tackle, he has gone two footed, he is out of control.’

“The referee has appeared, it doesn’t take a lot of a re-assessment to see the second angle from behind, crimson card for me.”

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Stephen Warnock says Luke Ayling let Leeds United down together with his ‘foolish mistake’ by diving in two-footed on Gabriel Martinelli

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Man City 5-0 Newcastle United

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Dermot Gallagher says it was the best resolution to permit Aymeric Laporte’s aim for Manchester City regardless of Newcastle’s appeals for a foul on Martin Dubravka

INCIDENT: Should Man City’s second aim in opposition to Newcastle have been dominated out, with Martin Dubravka seemingly having two palms on the ball?

VERDICT: Correct resolution.

DERMOT SAYS: “I think he does not [have two hands on the ball] as what happens is he spills the ball – he has to have his hand on top of the ball between the ground and I’m not convinced that he has.

“He is reaching for the ball and as he reaches for the ball, he doesn’t get it, it’s kicked away from him, play on after which he goes to floor. I don’t assume he has that placement on prime of the ball. He goes to, however he doesn’t truly get it.”

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Chelsea 2-2 Wolves

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FREE TO WATCH: Highlights from Chelsea’s draw in opposition to Wolves within the Premier League

INCIDENT: Chelsea striker Timo Werner has a aim disallowed for a foul on Romain Saiss.

VERDICT: Wrong resolution.

DERMOT SAYS: “On another day, it would not be given as a foul. When you look at an incident like this, you can pick the bones out of it, there is no doubt about that. When you watch how the referee [Peter Bankes] refereed all day, this was actually in keeping with his tolerance level.

“What I might say is I watched this recreation from minute naught to minute 90 and at any time when something like that occurred, he gave a foul, so it was not an enormous shock to me he gave a foul there.”

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