Makeshift VAR: referee checks goal using photographer's camera in Peru
A referee created his own version of VAR in the Copa Peru, recruiting a photographer to help to decide if a goal had been scored.
Jordan Campos's long-range shot for FC Retamoso against Auquiato de Pampamarca flew through a hole in the back of the net. Despite Albert Alarcón signalling the goal, he seemed uncertain with the call. He eventually improvised and inspected pictures taken by a photographer on the sidelines before deciding the goal should stand. Ultimately, the decision did not have much bearing on the outcome of the match; Retamoso won the tie 10-0.