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Wolves throw shade on TikTok after Toti Gomes disallowed goal against Liverpool

Toti Gomes’ disallowed goal for Wolves against Liverpool has been a huge topic of conversation since it happened – and the club have now thrown some shade on TikTok.

Wanderers are having to play Liverpool again in the FA Cup, after the game on Saturday finished 2-2 at Anfield.

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Julen Lopetegui’s side put in a fantastic performance against the holders and could have won the game but for an absolutely farcical situation towards the end.

Toti Gomes scored after turning in Hwang Hee-chan’s shot with a brilliant flick.

That had seemingly put Wolves 3-2 up, and it was the moment of Toti’s professional career.

But the linesman would then flag for offside against Matheus Nunes.

Nunes took the corner, and when the ball came back out to him via Hwang’s head, that’s when the apparent offside occurred.

It transpired that when the ball left Hwang’s head, Nunes was not in shot of any cameras.

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With there being no proof of Nunes’ positioning, the on-field decision could not be overturned. VAR decided to uphold the decision.

It was absolutely ridiculous, and Wolves are rightfully contacting the PGMOL for an explanation.

Wolves make brilliant post about Toti Gomes’ disallowed goal on TikTok

In the meantime, Wolves’ social media team have been busy putting together some content that finds a great balance of being funny and throwing a bit of shade.

The club released the following TikTok earlier this evening, featuring the caption ‘Anyone got another camera angle? Asking for a mate #VAR’.

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Anyone got another camera angle? Asking for a mate. #VAR

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