Hawk-Eye apologises after 'never seen before' error denies Blades against Villa

17 June 2020 08:28
Company says cameras’ views were unprecedentedly blockedChris Wilder: ‘I don’t know whether to laugh or cry’The makers of the goalline technology used in the Premier League have issued an apology after the resumption of the season descended into farce when a goal was disallowed because cameras failed to spot the ball crossing the line.Sheffield United appeared to have opened the scoring just before half-time in the top flight’s first match back after its three-month suspension, as the Aston Villa goalkeeper Ørjan Nyland clearly carried the ball over the line as he tried to cut out a free-kick from the United midfielder Ollie Norwood. Related: Sheffield United denied by goalline technology as Aston Villa earn point Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian