A VAR review was shown on the scoreboard during the match between Ulsan Hyundai and Jeonbuk Hyundai.
Ulsan Hyundai won 1-0 against Jeonbuk Hyundai in the 27th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 at Munsu Stadium in Ulsan, South Korea, on Monday.
With the win, Ulsan extends its lead at the top of the table with 19 wins, three draws and three losses to 60 points.
Ulsan wins the 111th Hyundai derby to even the record at 41-41 in 111 games, with 29 draws and 41 losses.
A record 30,756 fans attended the game, the largest crowd of the season, and the stadium was hot. The Ulsan and Jeonbuk players were hot, too. From the start of the game, both teams were looking to score goals rather than explore.
Despite the fierce competition, goals didn’t come easily, and as the game wore on, the field became overheated.
Ulsan scored the final goal in the second half. The Ulsan fans cheered wildly. In the 26th minute of the second half, substitute Lee Chung-yong played a ball forward that was stolen by Rubikson. Uhm Won-sang found space behind the defense and calmly shot the ball into the net.
After Uhm Won-sang’s goal, Jeonbuk played a fierce game. They tried to win the ball. Jeonbuk made a rough contact with Hapa Silva to steal the ball from Seol Young-woo. Referee Jung Dong-sik showed a yellow card.
A VAR review was also conducted, but there was a problem. While referee Jung Dong-sik was making his decision, the VAR video was shown on the scoreboard. According to the VAR regulations, the VAR should not be shown. Ulsan quickly tried to switch the screen, but it didn’t work out.
According to the Federation’s penalty regulations, “The home club must display an image indicating that the VAR is being reviewed until the end of the review, and the video of the incident cannot be replayed on the board.토스카지노
Obviously, a player’s rough play should be judged by the referee. However, the Ulsan fans were clearly disappointed with the referee’s decision, but the issue of the stadium’s scoreboard being in violation of the rules caused not only the fans in the stadium, but also the players.
Jeonbuk mentioned the issue to the match supervisor. “We will bring it up at the supervisors’ meeting,” he said after the game.