Romelu Lukaku lines up his shot before scoring his second goal in Manchester United's 2-0 victory over Huddersfield Town in the fifth round of the FA Cup. "Then after I saw the referee speaking to someone and you look silly when the goal is denied".
He had failed to travel for the tie, reporting sick on the morning of the game and leading United to take the highly unusual step of making an official announcement that he would be unavailable due to illness.
"I think it's an experimental period". Some seemed to believe he was, while the footages showed he was right on. He was offered congratulations after reaching 20 goals for the campaign. "I think our game is so beautiful that to change we have to change for the better", said Mourinho, who had previously backed the use of VAR. "If they find a way in the VAR that the VAR is always right and always bring the truth, I'm happy".
"The words of the protocol are something like a clear and obvious situation and for sure it was not a clear and obvious situation".
Mata looked to have doubled the advantage on 45 minutes before his goal was ruled out for offside by VAR, albeit with little conclusive evidence.
Adam: I don't think I can watch the FA Cup on the basis that VAR causes my blood pressure to go through the roof.
It seems that absolutely everyone wants to get involved in this Paul Pogba-José Mourinho struggle going on, and Le10 Sport have come in with their own information on Monday.
We saw it once and our judgement was that Mata was onside.
Martinez was Lukaku's manager at Everton for three seasons and is now his boss at international level. I've opted for a traditional 4-4-2 formation, which reflects the club's tradition of playing an attractive brand of attacking football.
They will have to try again at the Liberty Stadium in a week and a half. I scored a goal, I celebrated and when I came to the dressing room they told me that even on the TV, it wasn't very clear. The quartet - Jonny Evans, Gareth Barry, Jake Livermore and Boaz Myhill - were out late after breaking a curfew.
There were other notable numbers as well; Lukaku scored United's opener after two minutes 36 seconds and the Belgian's goal is the fastest goal by Man Utd in the FA Cup since Ryan Giggs - against Fulham on 26 January 2013 (02:04).
Matic, 29, said he wanted the VAR to be part of the game, but the Serbian midfielder was unhappy with how long it took to make the decision.