Why Japan’s goal was not out of play

It’s the biggest controversy of the World Cup so far.

Germany are out of the World Cup, and it’s all because of yet another questionable VAR decision from Japan’s 2-1 victory over Spain.

Hansi Flick’s side headed into the game needing a Spain win, and they were getting that in the first half, but Japan flipped things on their head straight after the break. Ritsu Doan fired the Samurai Blue level before Ao Tanaka tapped home, but it was the second goal that really had eyebrows raised.

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