Wolves denied by VAR intervention

Wolves captain Coady Referees and players don’t know what’s going on with VAR

The draw lifted them to seventh in the chasing pack, three points behind fifth-placed Sheffield United.

Wolves were then enraged a minute before the break when Boly glanced in Matt Doherty's knockdown - only for VAR to disallow the goal. The Portuguese played a short corner and when he collected the return pass, despite the ball being played backwards, the forward came from an offside position - however marginal.

It was the second time Nuno Espirito Santo's men had seen a goal ruled out by VAR against Leicester this term after Leander Dendoncker's strike was chalked off for handball in their 0-0 draw on the opening day.

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"It is reality now but each time it happens it upsets you".

However, in the 76th minute, the midfielder guests Coduri received a second yellow card and was sent off.

"We go into every game and give it our best - know what we want to achieve, where we finish is where we deserve to finish", he said.

But it was a disappointing game between two teams who were expected to produce much more entertainment.

"I thought we showed a great courage tonight and that was the determination that I think hasn't quite been there in the team over these last number of weeks".

"In the second half, as you'd expect, they came out and looked to impose their way a little bit more", he added. "It was impressive for us to keep a clean sheet with 10 men", said Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers. When you have something and someone takes it away, you don't like it but the law is the law.

The point kept Leicester third but they have won one of their last five top-flight games with 17-goal top scorer Jamie Vardy having netted just once in his last 11 games.



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