Tottenham captain Harry Kane believes the VAR decision to award a penalty to Tottenham against Chelsea in the Caarabao cup Semi Final is absoloutly correct.
Tottenham edge past Chelsea on VAR review
Last night Tottenham won the first leg of the Carabao cup semi final against Chelsea by 1-0 goal, Kane scored the winner from the Spot kick after VAR referee Chris Kavanagh review the penalty appeal and gave the spot kick.
Last night Kane was put down by the Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa, having been played in a by the Belgium International Toby Alderwield through ball, the match referee Micheal Oilver referred the decision to VAR,to determine whether Kane has been in a onside position or not.
In a interview the English striker said: “I played to the whistle. I ran through and it was a clear penalty. It was whether I was offside or not. I wasn’t sure. VAR is there for a reason and I’m sure they’ve got it right.
“I’ll have to watch it back and see. I’m used to it after the World Cup, it’s a big part of football going forwards. From our point of view, it doesn’t change much [waiting to hear if it was a penalty].
“Chelsea had a point to prove, they didn’t play well last time they were here. It was important we won the game going into the second leg.”