ARE we alone in thinking Pedro’s stoppage-time winner at Parkhead last night looked suspiciously offside?
Okay, CQN accepts we may be a tad biased – and desperate – but surely VAR could have cleared up the dubiety with all their new-fangled technology?
They were quick enough to put up images of Luis Palma being inches offside when it looked as though he might have scored the winner in the 81st minute with a crisp low drive into the corner of the net after a right-wing delivery from Alistair Johnston.
ON OR OFF? Pedro appears behind Matt O’Riley as the pass is swung in by Matteo Guendauzi.
PAIN GAME…Pedro takes off in delight while Joe Hart and Co can only look on in horror.
Unfortunately, Daizen Maeda got the merest of touches on the ball on its way to the Honduran which put him in an illegal position. They cleared up the situation in moments.
We’re still waiting for their technicians to conjure up images to prove Pedro was onside when he got in on the blindside of Matt O’Riley to get his head to Matteo Guendauzi’s ball into the box.
It’s hardly a clear-cut situation as our images show.
Please put us in the picture, VAR.