To say that VAR has caused a stir would be an understatement, but there have been some pretty awful refereeing decisions in football before its inception.
Who can forget Frank Lampard's goal for England against Germany at the South African World Cup in 2010 that appeared to cross the line but the officials failed to give a goal?
Let's take a look at some of them here.
Which of these goals do you think should have been ruled out and which should have stood?
Is VAR cutting these errors out or is the technology opening up too much for debate and subjective arguments? Is human error something that should remain in football?
There appear to be so many questions around VAR and very few answers.