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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
4 Man City 8 1 3 25
5 Sheff Utd 4 5 3 17
6 Arsenal 4 5 3 17
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Sheffield UnitedSheffield United
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1
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BurnleyBurnley
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Sheffield UnitedSheffield United
1
1
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Sheffield UnitedSheffield United
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LiverpoolLiverpool
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1
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EvertonEverton
Sheffield UnitedSheffield United
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2
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Tottenham fans cheer Sheffield United supporters' voiced VAR gripes

ESPNFC's Shaka Hislop says Spurs' failure to beat Sheffield United was not a surprise.

Such is the disquiet with VAR that Tottenham Hotspur fans gave their Sheffield United counterparts a round of applause when the visiting supporters loudly vented their frustration at the technology on Saturday.

The Video Assistant Referee system had helped preserve the lead Son Heung-Min gave Tottenham in the 58th minute. But few in the ground could understand why David McGoldrick's equaliser minutes later had been disallowed.

It seemed a clear-cut goal when Sheffield's McGoldrick...

Tottenham's draw with Sheffield United dominated by VAR

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Tottenham slump to a 1-1 draw with Sheffield United who had a goal chalked off by VAR.
After a day of more VAR controversy, Shaka Hislop says the way it's been implemented in England is "not working."

VAR played a major role in Tottenham Hotspur's 1-1 draw with Sheffield United on Saturday as the north London club's winless run in the Premier League was extended to five games after George Baldock cancelled out Son Heung-Min's opener.

The home side were seeking their first league victory since Sept. 28, which marked the last time United had tasted defeat in the league, and were forced onto the back foot from the first whistle.

While Tottenham entered the fixture 11th in the table, the visitors...