Arsenal vs Manchester City takes place on Wednesday night, and the VAR for the game has already been replaced.

There was drama at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, with the Gunners losing two points after a poor offside play. Ivan Toney’s equalizing goal for Brentford was scored despite a clear offside on the play that was missed.

That was also one of the many strange decisions of the weekend. Brighton & Hove Albion had a perfectly good goal disallowed against Crystal Palace, while Chelsea were aggrieved at missing out on a penalty against West Ham United.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta speaks to his players during the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Brentford FC at Emirates Stadium on February 11, 2023 in London, England.

Arsenal were one of the few teams to suffer from poor officiating at the weekend. (Image credit: David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

However, as a result of the error at Selhurst Park, video assistant referee John Brooks will not be VAR for Arsenal’s clash against Manchester City this week.


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