The organization providing Video Assistant Referee (VAR) technologies in the Premier League has apologised after having a graphic mistake 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 a VAR test was pioneered by referee Christopher Kavanagh for a handball that was guessed.
Kavanagh signalled for a target after the inspection, but an error from the base at Stockley Park triggered a concept on the screen of No Target.
The problem caused confusion among both sets of fans – and Hawk-Eye Innovations, the company, has vowed to work to make sure theres not any repeat situation.
Hawk-Eye apologises to Spurs and Watford fans for the confusion triggered when an erroneous graphic was delivered to the huge screen, a company statement .
Were working with PGMOL and also the Premier League to know the root cause of the problem and propose measures to make sure it wont occur again.
Tottenham are in seventh in the Premier League table after a Tricky start to the face and effort league leaders Liverpool at Anfield Sunday live on Sky Sports Premier League.
Watford remain rock bottom with four points and with no win because reappointing Quique Sanchez Flores as head coach on September 8 in five Premier League games.