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Follow your club now for first access to all our news, views and analysis Spurs Follow your club now for first access to all our news, views and analysis Watford VAR dominated the afternoon of Premier League games.
Confusion reigned supreme with goals disallowed in three of the matches. Dele Alli rescued a point for Tottenham against Watford in controversial circumstances.
Ben Foster spilled the ball and VAR was called in to adjudicate whether or not there was interference. The goal stood but no goal was projected onto the big screen at Tottenham Hotspur stadium leading to confusion.
Aston Villa scored a last minute winner to beat Brighton who had Aaron Mooy sent off in the first half. Jack Grealish continued his good form with a goal and an assist. Chelsea dominated Newcastle throughout the contest at Stamford Bridge but had to wait until late in the second half to break the deadlock through Marcos Alonso.
The late equaliser was cancelled out due to a foul on Jonny Evans in the build-up. Burnley manger Sean Dyche was furious with the decision.
Wolves and Southampton shared the points in another match heavily influenced by VAR.
It took until Raul Jimenez found the back of the net for the third time for a goal to stand for Wolves. Jimenez scored a penalty to draw level after Danny Ings scored for a fourth successive game.
Bournemouth and Norwich failed to score a goal between them in a draw that had few chances.
Villa steal it!