The organization providing Video Assistant Referee (VAR) technology from the Premier League has apologised following a picture error during Tottenhams 1-1 draw with Watford.
Spurs midfielder Dele Alli salvaged a point for Spurs four minutes from time, cancelling Abdoulaye Doucoures opener out.
However referee Christopher Kavanagh initiated a VAR test for a handball that was suspected.
Kavanagh signalled to get a goal following the inspection, but a message was triggered by a mistake from the base at Stockley Park on the large screen of No Goal.
The situation caused confusion among the two sets of fans – and Hawk-Eye Innovations, the firm, has pledged to work alongside the Premier League to make sure there is no repeat situation.
Hawk-Eye apologises to Spurs and Watford fans for the confusion caused when an incorrect graphic was delivered to the big screen, a company statement .
Were working with PGMOL along with also the Premier League to comprehend the main cause of the issue and suggest measures to ensure it wont happen again.
Tottenham are in the Premier League table after a difficult 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 without a win in five Premier League games since reappointing Quique Sanchez Flores as head trainer on September 8.