Football lawmakers have approved the introduction of Video Assistant Referees (VAR) on a permanent basis, following a two-year trial period.
The Ifab technical director and former Premier League referee, David Elleray, said 40 countries are using, having trials or are interested in VAR technology.
Katrina Law, the co-chair of the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters' Trust, was at the game and told Press Association Sport it was "clear to everyone inside Wembley that VAR in its current incarnation will do nothing positive for the fan experience".
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The Fifa president, Gianni Infantino, defended the time taken by the VAR to review decisions.
"Regarding the flow of the game, the intervention takes around one minute".
One iconic example that VAR could theoretically have prevented is Diego Maradona's "Hand of God" goal that saw Argentina beat England in the 1986 World Cup. Goal-line systems are now used at UEFA's European Championship and in the Premier League. "We've analysed nearly 1,000 games and the reality is you lose an average of 90 seconds per game". "There will still be controversy but I think the benefits outweigh the negatives". Footage from matches at all games at top-flight grounds is already piped into the Stockley Park facility, including more than dozen camera angles.
As elsewhere, the aim is to produce more accurate play calls when there are serious disputes, such as for goals, penalties, red cards (but not a second yellow card) and cases of punishing the wrong person. "It's hard for the referee - I feel so sorry for the referee and more I feel sorry for the fans because it's so hard to understand the situation".
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Tottenham had a routine Erik Lamela goal disallowed when an official watching on the video screen flagged up to match referee Paul Tierney a tiny shirt-pull by Fernando Llorente in the build-up.
Halsey said he could not understand why the referee did not go and look at the monitor on the touchline.
"The system didn't help, the spectacle, it was a little bit embarrassing". There's a huge amount of responsibility on the shoulders of the four British associations and FIFA - the men who make up IFAB - this weekend.
The view from Spurs is echoed by the Football Supporters' Federation (FSF), which contrasted the smooth roll-out of goal-line technology with VAR's bumpy launch.
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