VAR controversially ruled out Richarlison's goal for Tottenham against Nottingham Forest and fans can't believe it.
Richarlison thought he had scored his first Premier League goal of the season after finding the back of the net against Forest on Saturday.
But his joy was short lived as match referee Craig Pawson overturned the goal following a contentious VAR review.
Oliver Skipp put through Richarlison, who raced onto the ball before scoring.
However, he was adjudged to have been offside following the intervention of VAR, with Spurs' goal against Forest scratched off.
Fans on social media couldn't believe the decision to rule out the Brazilian's goal.
One Twitter user wrote: "The fact that this VAR check took so long to decide Richarlison was marginally offside tells me just how useless VAR is."
A second tweeted: "I'm guessing Richarlison was 3 microns offside if it took that long for VAR to decide.
A third added: "Still don’t understand VAR. They show the VAR graphic with Richarlison looking well onside... Decision: Offside. Never mind MOTD, let’s just cancel the whole Premier League..."
A fourth commented: "That Richarlison goal should have stood. This whole VAR thing is just humans reading their biases into poorly drawn lines."
A fifth said: "VAR is unquestionably bad for the game. That offside call on Richarlison is so microscopically tight. All VAR has done is take away a pass of beauty and a perfect finish and left the world poorer for it."
Richarlison's bad luck comes after he delivered a scathing outburst following his side's Champions League elimination to AC Milan.
He appeared to criticise Antonio Conte and Cristian Stellini, but the Spurs boss interpreted the player's post-match interview differently.
Speaking in his pre-match press conference, he said: "First of all I watched the interview of Richarlison. He didn't criticise me. He said his season was s**t and he's right.
"His season has been not good. He had injuries, played and scored in the Champions League and then went to the World Cup and then had a serious injury.
"He's scored no goals for us. I think he was really honest to say his season was not good. His season has not finished yet. If he deserves to play I'll give him the opportunity."