Manchester City fans are furious with VAR after being denied a clear cut penalty in the build up to Fabinho's opening goal against Liverpool .

City started the better of the two teams and Bernardo Silva broke into the penalty box after Virgil van Dijk's poor clearance.

The Portuguese directed the ball into the box aiming for Raheem Sterling but Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold was there to intercept, replays showing the ball clearly make contact with his arm.

Referee Michael Oliver waved away the claims and Liverpool quickly sprung a counter-attack which resulted in Fabinho scoring from distance, leaving Claudio Bravo with no chance.

Oliver gestured to his ear that a VAR check was underway but the goal was allowed to stand leaving Pep Guardiola furious on the touchline.

 

Sky Sports commentators Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher were in agreement that City fans have a right to be upset with the decision.

Neville said: "It definitely hits his hand, that’s a big, big shout and I think he has every right to be furious, Sergio Aguero.

"The ball travels from quite a long way. It definitely hits the arm of the Liverpool full-back."

Carragher added: "You can see Raheem Sterling coming in at the back post, there is no doubt it stops the ball going across to him, the hand is by his side."

City fans took to social media to express their frustration at another VAR decision going against them.

Here is what they had to say: