The company supplying Video Assistant Referee (VAR) technologies in the Premier League has apologised after having a picture error during Tottenhams 1-1 draw with Watford.
Spurs midfielder Dele Alli salvaged a point for Spurs four minutes in time, cancelling out the opener of Abdoulaye Doucoure.
However referee Christopher Kavanagh initiated a VAR check for a handball.
Kavanagh signalled to get a target following the review, but a message was triggered by an error from the foundation in Stockley Park ofNo Goal on the big screen.
Confusion was caused by the situation among both sets of supporters – and the firm, Hawk-Eye Innovations, has pledged to work alongside the Premier League to ensure there is no repeat scenario.
Hawk-Eye apologises to Spurs and Watford fans for the confusion caused when an incorrect graphic was delivered to the huge screen, a company statement read.
Were working together with PGMOL and also the Premier League to understand the main cause of this problem and suggest measures to make sure it will not occur again.
Tottenham are in the Premier League table following a Tricky start to the face and also campaign league leaders Liverpool at Anfield second Sunday live on Sky Sports Premier League.
Watford stay rock floor with four factors and with no win at five Premier League games because reappointing Quique Sanchez Flores as head coach.

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