The bad calls which went against Bournemouth, West Ham & Watford on Saturday

Aston Villa goal chalked off vs Crystal Palace

Perhaps the biggest VAR talking point on Saturday in the Premier League occurred at Selhurst Park.

Crystal Palace beat Aston Villa 1-0, as the Eagles moved into fourth place.

Jordan Ayew was the hero for Palace, scoring for a second week running.

However, Villa fans were furious that a goal was chalked off in the dying stages, after a foul was called against Jack Grealish in the build-up.

Highlights: Crystal Palace 1- Aston Villa 0

Youri Tielemans vs Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson

But Villa fans weren’t the only ones feeling aggrieved on Saturday.

Should Leicester have been reduced to 10 men against Bournemouth?

Fans are sharing pictures on social media of a Youri Tielemans ‘stamp’ on Callum Wilson.

Not only did Tielemans escape a booking, but he scored and assisted in the 3-1 Leicester win.

After the match, Wilson also vented about the Tielemans challenge.

West Ham’s Sébastien Haller should’ve won a penalty vs Norwich

West Ham beat Norwich 2-0 at the London Stadium yesterday.

But should the margin of victory have been greater?

Sébastien Haller has found his scoring touch in recent weeks.

After a double against Brighton, Haller scored again in the 2-0 win over the Canaries.

However, the ref turned down a penalty call when Haller was wiped out in the Norwich box.

Why didn’t VAR overturn the call?

Newcastle’s goal vs Watford shouldn’t have counted

At St. James’ Park, Newcastle, fresh from winning at Tottenham, came from behind to draw with Watford.

Will Hughes opened for the Hornets, who are still winless this term.

However, Fabian Schar levelled for the Magpies minutes before the break.

The Athletic’s Adam Leventhal has since confirmed that VAR missed a handball in the build-up to Newcastle’s leveller.

Watford were screwed over by human error.

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