Bengaluru FC is also in the field against the mistake of the Indian Super League referee

Madgaon:Finally Bengaluru FC against the referees’ mistakes in Indian Super League football. Owner Parth Jindal is also present. A.T.K. In the final against Mohun Bagan, Jindal reacted against the referee’s decision to award the second penalty through social media. ‘There is a need to implement war technology in the Super League.’ Jindal openly said that the decisions made by the referees in big matches have a negative impact on the game.

The referees’ errors during the season had a serious effect on the league. The Bengaluru FC-Kerala Blasters match in the play-offs caused a huge controversy due to a refereeing error. Blasters also boycotted the match due to the goal scored by Sunil Chhetri through a quick free kick. The incident happened when the match went into extra time. Blasters left the field alleging that referee Crystal John’s decision was wrong. If the referee’s decision was in favor of Bengaluru then it was against in the final.

Bagan player Kian Nasri was brought down by Bengaluru player Pablo Perez outside the box. However, the referee allowed the penalty. Dimitri Petratos took the kick and scored to equalize the team. Then the game went to penalty shootout and ATK won 4-3. and won the crown.

War may be implemented

All India Football Federation President Kalyan Choubey has hinted that WAR technology will be implemented in Indian Super League football next season. Instead of the current war technology, which costs a lot of money, the attempt is to implement the simple method implemented in Belgium football here.

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