BBC pundit and former Premier League star Gary Lineker has once again expressed his disgust about an officiating decision which involved Arsenal recently. 

As usual, Arsenal – along with several other teams in the Premier League to be fair – have been on the wrong end of some daft decisions from match officials this season.

The introduction of VAR appears to have made matters worse with several questionable calls being made by match officials.

Last weekend, the Gunners were denied a vital goal by VAR as Sokratis’ valid strike was chalked off for a mysterious foul adjudged to have been committed by Calum Chambers in the build up.

Gary Lineker bashed the men in charge for that controversial call last week and when an Arsenal fan sarcastically brought up the incident on Sunday, the BBC pundit lashed out at VAR yet again.

Lineker labeled the decision to rule out Arsenal’s goal against Crystal Palace as a ‘nonsensical’ one.

Without that goal, the Gunners missed out on two vital points and perhaps a momentum-changing result heading into the game against Wolves.

Lineker went on to express his sheer disapproval of the new system of officiating used in the Premier League….

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