The Video Assistant Referee (VAR) might have already made the worst decision in the Champions League this season in the Champions League group stage match between Manchester City and Paris Saint Germain. This is after they refused to give Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne for his career-ending tackle against PSG midfielder Idrissa Gueye Gana.
English Champions Manchester City went against the French giants in their second Champions League game this season. Idrissa Gueye opened the scoring for Paris Saint Germain in the 8th minute after a brilliant cutback pass by Mbappe was missed by Neymar.
New PSG goalkeeper Gini Donnarumma made sure Pep Guardiola's men could not find the back of the net before the break with some impressive stops.
The 39th minute's controversial decisions by the video Assistant Referee have raised several reactions concerning the consistency of the system.
Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne made a horrible tackle against the PSG midfielder but was only handed a yellow card. In most instances, many players involved in the same situation have always been shown a straight red card.
A good example is the Manchester United vs Young Boys game this season when Manchester United right-back Aaron Wan Bissaka was shown a straight red card for the same kind of tackle.
PSG's new star Lionel Messi however ensured that PSG carry all the 3 points after scoring his first goal for the club.
Do you think the Referee is right not to give De Bruyne a straight Red card?
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