The VAR carried out a historical robbery against the Spanish team in San Siro. The video referee reviewed the goal of Kylian Mbappé’s comeback, giving the position of the Paris Saint Germain forward as valid despite being clearly ahead of Eric García, who was the last man in the defense of the rojigualda. France was able to finish their comeback 1-2 thanks to that completely illegal goal.
Mbappé scored at pleasure after cycling Unai Simón, but the controversy was already served with UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin in the stands. The French player was ahead of the Spanish defense when Theo Hernández he assisted him with a deep pass that Eric Garcia was about to intercept.
The images are very clear, as in the hand of Koundé in the first half, but not even the VAR referee Anthony Taylor wanted to give Spain a glimpse of justice. UEFA, far from giving some transparency to the Nations League title, did not show any image with the VAR lines drawn, feeding the theory that our portfolio was stolen.