The Italian stated that the VAR agreed with Dutch referee Danny Makkelie that there had been contact between the proper leg of Raheem Sterling and Danish defender Joakim Maehle, and had subsequently not really helpful an on-field evaluate.
Sterling was accused of simulation and of initiating the contact with Maehle. Rosetti agreed that there was an argument available about “the depth of the contact” and had stated earlier within the match that UEFA didn’t like comfortable penalties. Nonetheless, he felt the choice on Sterling had been reached by the right process.
“It was not a scandal. It’s one thing we will talk about, completely,” he stated.
“The defender didn’t play the ball, there was a transparent motion of the defender, a transparent motion of the proper leg.
“Danny noticed the contact, the clear contact of the proper leg in opposition to the proper leg of Sterling. That is what the referee noticed on the sector of play. We are able to talk about concerning the depth of the contact, however that is what the referee noticed, and that is what the referee instructed the VAR instantly after.
“The VAR checked the incident and the VAR confirmed the referee resolution as a result of the photographs confirmed what the referee noticed on the sector of play.
“Penalties are necessary, and we don’t need comfortable penalties and I need to affirm this additionally for the longer term. UEFA desires critical penalties – critical, clear penalties. On this state of affairs there was a transparent motion of the defender, a transparent impression – knee in opposition to knee – and the VAR intervention was one thing very, very, very troublesome.”
The resultant penalty from Harry Kane was saved, however the Tottenham ahead adopted as much as rating from the rebound and take England by to the ultimate.
In that match, there was criticism of referee Bjorn Kuipers and the VAR for not sending off Italy midfielder Jorginho after his studs caught the thigh of England’s Jack Grealish.
Once more, Rosetti stated that Kuipers instructed the VAR he had noticed that Jorginho’s foot was initially in touch with the ball, however that it had slipped off and linked with Grealish.
The VAR reviewed the footage and agreed with him.
Rosetti added: “If there was an issue between what Bjorn noticed on the sector of play – for example if the foot had not been on the ball however straight on the leg – and it was clear one thing completely different (occurred) from what was seen on the sector of play, 100 per cent an on-field evaluate may very well be referred to as.”