Willy Boly headed the ball into the back of the net just before the break, however it had been ruled out after Pedro Neto was judged to be offside.
"So nobody knows!?" ?♂️
Conor Coady was left with questions at the break for Mike Dean…
Does VAR need to change in its current form? pic.twitter.com/7dm5yZedVg
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 14, 2020
Wolves captain Coady discussed the decision with Dean during the break and can be heard fuming ‘so nobody knows’ in relation to the decision.
The 26-year-old asks, “Who is it offside, is it [Diogo] Jota from the corner?”
When asked about the goal being disallowed Dean said: “I don’t know, I was told in my earpiece to disallow the goal due to VAR,” while gesturing to his ear piece.
Coady responded with “You’re refereeing the game and you don’t f**king know’ before shrugging his shoulders an storming down the tunnel.”
After the game, he continued: “I don’t think the referees know what’s going on and we don’t know what’s going on.
“We should have won the game, it’s as simple as that, but we don’t understand the decision, I don’t think many people understand the decision, but it’s been made and that’s twice against Leicester now this season.
“We felt it was cruel at their place as well. I don’t want to speak about VAR too much. I’ve spoken about it before and it doesn’t really get you anywhere.”
Nuno also spoke about VAR: “Let’s try and hope who has to decide thinks of the fans – something has to be done.
“The fans see the ball inside the goal and they celebrate.
“When you have something and people take it away you don’t like it. Unfortunately it has happened more times for us which is upsetting.
“But it is about the game and football and what kind of game we want to see and how the fans are going to react.
“I want things to improve. We are not judging the work of the referees but I am frustrated with the situation.
“Let’s hope things improve.”
The result leaves Leicester sitting third in the Premier League table, a point behind Manchester City. Wolves move up to seventh, three points behind Sheffield United in fifth
After seeing the goal being disallowed and Conor Coady confronts referee Mike Dean, many took to social media once again questioning the involvement of VAR this season…
‘You're refereeing the game and you don't know whose offside when you've disallowed the goal’
— Stratford upon Wolves (@stratforduponw) February 14, 2020
Trying to officiate a law that was brought in to simply stop goal-hanging by measuring it down to mm. the law was never designed to be officiated in this way
— Matt Benson (@mattbenson93) February 14, 2020
That was a joke. No advantage what so ever to cause infringement on the goal.
— firstname.lastname@example.org (@Johnston90A) February 14, 2020
Get rid of it ASAP, meant to be clear and obvious error
— Alex Smith (@alexsmith9_) February 14, 2020
Offside or not isn’t the problem.. it’s ruining football
— Sam Reed (@SamReed64534189) February 14, 2020
The offside law needs to change
— Kieron (@KieronPearce) February 14, 2020
Disgusting, can easily cost someone relegation Europe etc.
— Áłèx (@Alexwwfc_) February 14, 2020
Of course. Only the referee with pitchside monitor should make decisions or scrap VAR completely
— Mulambe (@Nigakilz) February 14, 2020
— Stevie Nics (@TheStevieNicks) February 14, 2020
VAR has killed football. Nobody talks about a great pass , a great tackle, great save or a great goal , It’s all about VAR , football used to be such great entertainment, now it’s looking like a joke .?
— robbie welch ⚽ (@robbiewelch61) February 14, 2020
Game has gone to shit.
— Sam⚡ (@SJWrld_) February 14, 2020
my son is football daft – plays to a high level and loves the game but refuses to watch premier league because more than half of the games are decided by technology. they are losing a generation and need to sort it out!!! ????
— Alan Peplow (@ALTHEWANDERER) February 14, 2020
You tell ‘em Conor! #nobodyknows
— jan (@evago53) February 14, 2020