Brazil’s coach Tite doesn’t want to blame the VAR

The Video Assistant Referee (VAR) Technology disallowed three Brazilian goals in their 0-0 draw with Venezuela.

During the match between Brazil and Venezuela, the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) Technology was used three times.

And the three times the VAR disallowed the Brazilian goals, making the fans boo the referees for their work.

But for Brazil’s boss, Tite, the Selecao left frustrated but the VAR was right.

“VAR was correct,” he told The Mirror.

“I have absolutely nothing to demand. We got justice.”

“They made the right call with both [VAR] goals,” he added.

“We have to understand the supporters, they want to see goals and if I had been in the crowd I also would have wanted to boo us.”

“Any team in the world would miss Neymar. He is top three [in the world],” he commented.

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“But I want to talk about this team. They can recover. We have the conditions to be more consistent, adjusting our passes, [making] better choices and movements.”

“We have those conditions independently of Neymar or any other player,” he continued.

“I have concerns, yes. The players are not insensitive. But we must know how to work on the adversity.”

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