UOL has learned that Wilton and the team of video referees will spend time in the Referee Performance Assistance Program (PADA). The CBF has not officially confirmed it yet.
They will undergo theoretical and practical training so as not to repeat the mistaken interpretation of not awarding the penalty after the ball touched Yuri Alberto’s arm.
While they go through the temporary preparation process, the referees are off the rosters. When they return, they will be selected for smaller matches.
CBF recognizes the error
The arbitration committee recognized that the decision in yesterday’s game (18) was wrong when releasing the VAR audio from the game at Neo Química Arena.
Athlete number 9 in blocking action with his arm in an unnatural position intercepts a cross into the area. Blocking the ball in this action constitutes a penalty infraction. Therefore, a penalty should be awarded on the field of play. And, if not marked, the VAR should recommend such a review”
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