Jordan Ayews late winning goal of Crystal Palace against West Ham was the 15th overturned conclusion this year, according to new figures.
VAR took centre stage following the strike of Ayew was ruled out with the forward saying that Martin Kelly was suspected of being the culprit.
The decision went to some critique and, it had been overturned, after assessing both gamers and the goal for Palace was awarded.
It was the fourth largest decision.
We need to accept the VAR decision, explained West Ham director Manuel Pellegrini. I always state it has to be for large mistakes or exactly what the human eye cannot see, but its and they determined it was a target.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson explained:That is the very first time we have been involved with VAR, and now we have a 100 per cent record in the sense that its gone our way.
I can understand that it has to be unpleasant for West Ham for this to be ruled in our favor following the linesman has mastered it to be offside.
The Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) has revealed that Ayews decision was among 475 incidents checked by VAR at 80 Premier League matches, an average of over six checks a match.
A meeting is being held by match officials near Heathrow Airport, on Monday and Tuesday as part of a regular briefing of matches each fortnight.
Its known referees stay satisfied with VARs introduction in the Premier League.
Referees chief Mike Riley admitted VAR had made four mistakes in the four rounds of games.
Riley told Sky Sports News:Were learning as we move along and we are continuously improving.
All the referees have incorporated what we need to do with VAR into their refereeing while still focusing on creating real-time decisions.