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How VAR decisions affected every Premier League club in 2020-21

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FC panel 'elated' at Prem's decision to use pitch-side monitors (1:34)

Shaka Hislop says the Premier League has seen the "error of their own ways" amid the changes to VAR for next season. (1:34)

VAR is back in the Premier League for the second season, completed with an overhaul to fall into line with FIFA protocols. This season, a total of 3 goals or incidents have been directly affected by the video ref.

- How VAR has changed for 2020-21
- VAR in the Premier League: Ultimate guide

Last season, Brighton & Hove Albion benefited the most, while only Newcastle United didn't experience a single overturn decision against them all season. Check out the full 2019-20 season stats.

Here, we run through the league table of overturned decisions for this season.

Total overturns: 3
Leading to goals: 1
Leading to disallowed goals: -
Penalties awarded: -
Penalties overturned: -
Penalties retakes: -
Goals ruled out for offside: -
Goals awarded after incorrect offside: 1
Goals ruled out for handball: -
Goals allowed after wrong handball: -
Red cards: -
Overturned red cards: 1
Mistaken identity: 1

What will the VAR review?
- Goal/no goal
- Penalty/no penalty
- Direct red card (not second yellow card/caution)
- Mistaken identity (when the referee cautions or sends off the wrong player)

What will it not review?
- Any yellow card (including second yellow card leading to red)
- Any free kick offence outside the box (other than red card offence)

This relates purely to overturned decisions, so penalty appeals that stay with the on-field referee are not included.

Everton +1

Overturns: 1
Leading to goals for: 1
Disallowed goals for: 0
Leading to goals against: 0
Disallowed goals against: 0
Net goal score: +1
Subjective decisions for: -
Subjective decisions against: -
Net subjective score: -

Game: West Brom (H; Sept. 19)
Incident: Dominic Calvert-Lewin goal awarded after originally ruled out for offside, 31st minute - FOR

Southampton +1

Overturns: 1
Leading to goals for: -
Disallowed goals for: -
Leading to goals against: -
Disallowed goals against: -
Net goal score: -
Subjective decisions for: 1
Subjective decisions against: 0
Net subjective score: +1

Game: Crystal Palace (A; Sept. 12)
Incident: Red card for Kyle Walker-Peters rescinded, 51st minute - FOR

West Ham 0

Overturns: 1
Leading to goals for: -
Disallowed goals for: -
Leading to goals against: -
Disallowed goals against: -
Net goal score: -
Subjective decisions for: -
Subjective decisions against: -
Net subjective score: -
Mistaken Identity: 1

Game: Newcastle United (H; Sept. 12)
Incident: Yellow card for Tomas Soucek switched to Andriy Yarmolenko due to mistaken identity by the referee.

Crystal Palace -1

Overturns: 1
Leading to goals for: -
Disallowed goals for: -
Leading to goals against: -
Disallowed goals against: -
Net goal score: -
Subjective decisions for: 0
Subjective decisions against: 1
Net subjective score: -1

Game: Southampton (H; Sept. 12)
Incident: Red card for Kyle Walker-Peters rescinded, 51st minute - AGAINST

West Brom -1

Overturns: 1
Leading to goals for: 0
Disallowed goals for: 0
Leading to goals against: 1
Disallowed goals against: 0
Net goal score: -1
Subjective decisions for: -
Subjective decisions against: -
Net subjective score: -

Game: Everton (A; Sept. 19)
Incident: Dominic Calvert-Lewin goal awarded after originally ruled out for offside, 31st minute - AGAINST