LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — Liverpool criticized the Professional Game Match Officials Limited on Sunday and warned it will “explore the range of options available” following the VAR controversy at Tottenham. PGMOL, the referees’ governing body in England, admitted Video Assistant Referee officials Darren England and Dan Cook failed to act after Luis Diaz’ 34th-minute strike at Tottenham on Saturday was wrongly disallowed for offside. Still images of the incident showed Tottenham's Cristian Romero
Beckham was sent off for a kick at Argentina’s Diego Simeone before England went on to lose a penalty shootout.
Fans on both sides were outraged when the alleged offensive images mocking Bradley gained traction online