VAR used for the first time in India

Video Assistant Referee (VAR) technology has also been used for the first time in the country between the quarterfinal matches of the AFC Women's Asian Cup football tournament. It was implemented in two quarter-final matches played on Sunday, including the second match which has been used twice. It was announced before the tournament that VAR is going to be used between the knockout matches of the tournament.

This technique is also going to be used for the first time in India between the quarterfinals between Japan and Thailand. Japan won the match 7-0. In the midst of this match played in Navi Mumbai, however, no VAR was required to decide any important decision. But at the same time, VAR's role in the match being played in Pune was crucial.  

South Korea also made possibly the tournament's biggest reshuffle of the tournament so far by beating title contenders Australia 1-0. Korea got a penalty through VAR in the first half but Cho Soyun has not been able to convert it into a goal. In the second half also, VAR was resorted to in a case related to a penalty when it seemed that Steff Ketley had been dropped inside the penalty box. This time though, the sign of penalty through VAR has not been given so far. Shortly after this decision, South Korea's Ji So Yun scored the winning goal in the 87th minute to give his team a place in the last four.

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