Tottenham eased into the quarter-finals of the FA Cup on Wednesday night, winning 6-1 in their fifth round replay against League One side Rochdale at Wembley.
Despite the result, the main talking point was the use of VAR in a first half that finished 1-1.
Heung-Min Son and Stephen Humphreys exchanged goals, but it was a number of controversial decisions that dominated the conversation after 45 minutes.
Perhaps the most contentious of those calls was the referee’s decision to rule out an early Erik Lamela strike – Fernando Llorente was adjudged to have fouled a Rochdale defender just before Lamela slotted home.
Replays seemed to show Llorente and the defender were both guilty of shirt pulling, but the decision went against Spurs.
Did the referee get it right? Watch it happen below and decide for yourself.