The best VAR jokes after lengthy interventions in West Brom’s FA Cup win at Liverpool

Interruptions and big decisions.

There were all sorts of VAR jokes and tweets after all the interruptions of West Brom's 2-3 FA Cup win at Liverpool
The Video Assistant Referees

Numerous interruptions and game-changing decisions in West Brom’s FA Cup fourth round win at Liverpool on Saturday brought the debate about the use of Video Assistant Referees once again to the fore.

The visitors’ success at Anfield may have finished with an entirely different scoreline had it not been for referee Craig Pawson constantly consulting the replay system.

As the delays look set to continue, these are the best of the VAR jokes from West Brom 2-3 Liverpool:

VAR guy is revealed. #LIVWBA pic.twitter.com/MonEM6uzRk

— Doolan9 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (@Doolan9) January 27, 2018


VAR is like waiting for for your GF to get ready, it always takes a little bit too long but when you see her and she looks decent you just get on with it.

— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) January 27, 2018


VAR is the football equivalent of the bore who sits behind you in the cinema who, during a really exciting film says, "Hmm. This film is set in 1983 but they didn't actually introduce that rolling stock on the railways until 1987."

— Danny Baker (@prodnose) January 27, 2018


so finally a positive thing about Scottish football having no money.. we'll never have to put up with VAR

— SPFL Banter *** (@splbanter) January 27, 2018


CONFIRMED: VAR confirms that Joel Matip is shite.

— Coral (@Coral) January 27, 2018

Craig Pawson now consulting VAR to find out if it is actually half-time.

— Si Lloyd (@SmnLlyd5) January 27, 2018


VAR was Liverpool’s mystery signing.

— – (@AnfieldRd96) January 27, 2018

Liverpool’s starting XI right now #FACup #WBA #LIVWBA #VAR pic.twitter.com/k3YT61JyYj

— Northern Irish Baggies (@NIBaggies) January 27, 2018


VAR: Behind the scenes. pic.twitter.com/7G6oBhmsEw

— Goal (@goal) January 27, 2018



Unconfirmed reports that having used VAR three times at Anfield, Craig Pawson will take home the match monitor. pic.twitter.com/K1W4TjLBXK

— bet365 (@bet365) January 27, 2018



Can you imagine scoring a goal under Pulis then having it wiped out by VAR? Ffs

— Paul Slater (@SlatePaul) January 27, 2018

The best thing to do with VAR is …… pic.twitter.com/2V2Si0NDKt

— Lee Armstrong (@UncleSock) January 27, 2018