Everton manager Marco Silva has called for VAR to be used fairly for both teams after a contentious penalty decision turned Saturday's game in Brighton's favour,
The Toffees were 2-1 up with just over ten minutes to go when Michael Keane challenged Aaron Connolly in the air, and while there seemed to be minimal contact, VAR awarded a Brighton penalty that Neal Maupay converted.
Lucas Digne's stoppage-time own goal gifted the Seagulls all three points, but the Everton manager seemed most frustrated that his side weren't awarded a penalty of their own following
Speaking after the match, as reported by Sky Sports, Silva revealed his frustration, stating: "
It's been a bad start to the season for the Toffees - languishing just above the Premier League relegation zone and having lost five of their last six fixtures - and this latest defeat will do little to ease the pressure on the Everton manager.
VAR's decision might have played a big part in sapping the confidence from his team, but Silva knows his team should have done better in that final ten minutes to at least come away from Brighton's
Source : 90min