ARSENAL have been told the VAR audio from Anthony Gordon’s controversial goal will be released on Tuesday.
Now The Mail have confirmed the VAR recording from Stockley Park will be made public on the monthly programme “Match Officials Mic’d Up”.
The show sees PGMOL chief Howard Webb explain how decisions were made to host Michael Owen.
And one part of Tuesday’s programme will address Gordon‘s controversial goal at St James’ Park.
VAR could not definitively decipher whether the ball had gone out, before they decided Joelinton had not fouled Gabriel.
They then also looked at a possible offside, but did not have an angle which categorically proved Gordon was in an offside position.
After the match, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta raged at the officials, calling the decision an “absolute disgrace”.
Club bosses then released an official statement supporting their manager’s remarks.
They also called on the standard of refereeing to be addressed.
The Gunners are understood to have responded on Monday.
The Premier League’s Key Match Incident Panel have confirmed the goal SHOULD have stood, but insisted two other errors were made during the game.
The panel revealed both Kai Havertz and Bruno Guimaraes should have been handed red cards for their clashes with Sean Longstaff and Jorginho respectively.
Meanwhile, it is not yet clear whether any of the NINE VAR checks in Chelsea’s win over Tottenham will be included on Match Officials Mic’d Up.
Both clubs are yet to be contacted by the PGMOL.