VAR continues to drive a huge debate following its introduction to the Premier League this season.
Just two game weeks into the new campaign and the controversial technology has already had an impact on high-profile matches.
The biggest talking point so far came in Manchester City's 2-2 draw with Tottenham last weekend.
Gabriel Jesus thought he had scored a last-gasp winner for the hosts until VAR was used to determine that the ball had hit the arm of Aymeric Laporte in the build-up.
The defender clearly had no intention to handball it and his arm was in a natural position when it was struck.
Tottenham fans were obviously jubilant in the stands but the same can't be said about the City faithful and their players.
In Manchester United's draw with Wolves, Ruben Neves' terrific strike sent Molineux into raptures.
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