Every embarrassing VAR apology including Wolves and Aston Villa calamities following Liverpool fallout

VAR controversy centred around Liverpool this weekend but Wolves and Aston Villa have also received apologies for decisions in the past.

The divisive Premier League VAR debate rages on after Saturday's controversy involving Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.

PGMOL were forced to acknowledge 'serious human error' in disallowing Luis Diaz's equaliser for the Reds and left Liverpool seeking further action for justice after losing the match in the dying minutes.

Aston Villa and Wolves have been involved in their fair share of VAR controversies too, both picking up and losing points in incidents.

This season, Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana famously clattered into Wolves star Sasa Kalajdzic, while the Villains have previously seen red cards wrongly awarded in a moment of referee confusion.

BirminghamWorld casts an eye over 13 times VAR issues have led to apologies, including incidents involving Wolves and Villa.

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