Wolverhampton Wanderers captain Conor Coady has admitted that referees and players respectively still struggle with how the VAR functions, RTE reported.
Wolves played to a goalless draw against Leicester City on Friday night following Willy Boly's goal that was disallowed by VAR.
VAR ruled that Boly's first-half header revealed that Pedro Neto's ankle was actually offside and that was the reasoning behind not giving Nuno Espirito's side their goal.
This is the second time during the 2019/20 season that Wolves have seen a goal being disallowed by VAR in the same fixture against Leicester when Leander Dendoncker's ball was ruled in the opening day of rhe campaign - both sides were 0-0 after fulltime.
"I don't think the referees know what's going on and we don't know what's going on," Coady said.
"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."
"They're a fantastic team. They've done brilliantly all season, have a brilliant manager and brilliant players," Coady told the club's official website.
"It wasn't the fact they were down to 10 men, it was the fact that we kept on going, we kept on playing how we want to and showed our character."
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