Former Fulham favourite Damien Duff has slammed the Confederations Cup's video assistant referee (VAR) after Chile were disallowed a goal at the Confederations Cup - a goal which looks to have been wrongly ruled out.
The Irishman, who is now the assistant manager at Shamrock Rovers and works as a pundit for RTE in Ireland, was unimpressed with the VAR after Eduardo Vargas's first half goal was overruled by the men upstairs.
Vargas had latched onto a ball from Arturo Vidal to find himself in behind the Cameroon defence before dinking the ball over the keeper, with it being initially given by referee Damir Skomina.
However, video assistants Clément Turpin, Milovan Ristić and Malang Diedhiou ruled it out for offside, despite TV replays showing he was onside, which lead to Duff ripping into the new tech.
He said: ""Even if I'm sitting up in the office, he's still onside to me.
"It's not bulletproof. Looks onside obviously there, great goal, so I don't know what there calling there or what they're seeing up in the office.
"They say hands and arms aren't considered, it's one thing if it was his left-arm but [Adolphe] Teikeu, the left side centre-back, is keeping him onside. Standard.
"Nothing is ever going to change my opinion on that so this is turning into a bit of shambles for me. What are they seeing? It's they're naked eye up in the office.
"They've got replays and for them to go and call that there; it's making me as animated and as angry as Did was at half-time [of the Portugal game].
"This is putting me off. He's onside. It's nonsense. Ridiculous decision. Ridiculous."