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The Definitive Angle: MLS Week 12

The Definitive Angle is PRO’s analysis of the week’s Video Review use in MLS.

Week 12 overview
There were six Video Reviews during Week 12.


CLT vs POR: Yellow card for simulation (no penalty)


What happened: After review, there was no tripping offense by White #29 [Juan Mosquera – Portland Timbers] on Purple #38 [Iuri Tavares – Charlotte FC].

The final decision was an indirect free kick and a yellow card for simulation to Purple #38.

Length of review: 1:56

PRO’s opinion: Tavares (CLT) dribbled the ball into the penalty area, where he was challenged by Mosquera (POR), and then went to ground. The contact was initiated by Tavares and there was no contact created by Mosquera, who reached for the ball but did not play it. This was an excellent use of the Video Review system to overturn a clear and obvious error.


ORL vs CIN: Red card for DOGSO


What happened: After review, Purple #15 [Rodrigo Schlegel – Orlando City] tripped White #7 [Yuya Kubo – FC Cincinnati] outside the penalty area.

The final decision was a direct free kick [to FC Cincinnati] and a red card to Purple #15 for denying an obvious goal-scoring opportunity.

Length of review: 2:30

PRO’s opinion: Schlegel (ORL) lunged into a challenge but did not play the ball. Instead, he made contact on the foot of Kubo (CIN), tripped him and forced him to ground. All four considerations were met for DOGSO – direction, defenders, distance, and likelihood of control – and Schlegel was given a red card. This was a good use of the Video Review system to rectify a clear and obvious error.


TOR vs DAL: Offside (no goal)


What happened: After review, Red #10 [Federico Bernardeschi – Toronto FC] was in an offside position when Red #21 [Jonathan Osorio – Toronto FC] made a pass to him during the build-up to the goal. Red #10 then interfered with play when he touched the ball.

The final decision was offside and an indirect free kick [to FC Dallas].

Length of Review: 1:35

PRO’s opinion: The referee was correct to disallow the goal scored by Bernardeschi (TOR) because he committed an offside offense when he interfered with play and touched the ball before he scored. This was a good, efficient use of the Video Review system to disallow a goal for an offside situation.


NSH vs MTL: Offside (no goal)


What happened: After review, Blue #13 [Mason Toye – CF Montréal] was in an offside position when Blue #44 [Raheem Edwards – CF Montréal] made a pass to him during the build-up to the goal. Blue #13 then gained an advantage when he touched the ball.

The final decision was offside and an indirect free kick [to Nashville].

Length of review: 3:40

PRO’s opinion: When the ball was last touched by Edwards (MTL), Toye (MTL) was in an offside position. The ball then deflected off a Nashville defender before reaching Toye. He then gained an advantage when he played the ball before he scored. This was another good use of the Video Review system to disallow a goal for an offside situation.


VAN vs ATX: Handball (no goal)


What happened: Blue #11 [Fafà Picault – Vancouver Whitecaps] committed a handball offense when he controlled a pass with his arm in the buildup to Blue #25 [Ryan Gauld – Vancouver Whitecaps] scoring a goal.

The final decision was that the goal [for Vancouver Whitecaps] was disallowed. Play restarted with a direct free kick [to Austin FC].

Length of review: 3:26

PRO’s opinion: Picault (VAN) controlled the ball with his arm, which was away from his body, before the ball went to Gauld (VAN). This was a good use of the Video Review system to rectify a clear and obvious error.


VAN vs ATX: No penalty kick


What happened: After review, there was no tripping offense by White #8 [Alex Ring – Austin FC] on Blue #11 [Fafà Picault – Vancouver Whitecaps] inside the penalty area.

The final decision was the call on the field stood. Play restarted with a throw in [to Vancouver Whitecaps].

Length of review: 3:05

PRO’s opinion: Picault (VAN) stepped to his right to prepare to play the ball inside the penalty area when Ring (ATX) created contact with his left knee into Picault’s right calf.

The referee felt that the amount of contact was not enough to award a penalty and maintained his original decision. The contact from Ring had an impact on Picault being able to move and PRO would have preferred a penalty kick to have been awarded.


Please note: These videos do not contain audio. They are a recording of the screen as viewed by the VAR in real-time.



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