On April 17, 2019, in the UEFA Champions League quarterfinal second leg between Manchester City and Tottenham there were some requests to VAR.
In particular, one was made regarding Llorente's goal in 73', Tottenham's third goal and making the score 4-3, which would (and did) qualify his team to the semifinals.
Cameras show Llorente touching the ball with his arm, but it was attached to his body. Depending on the camera angle, it may look intentional.
In the The Guardian article, Pep Guardiola hits out at VAR after Llorente’s disputed goal for Spurs,
"I support VAR but maybe from one angle Fernando Llorente’s goal is handball, maybe from the referee’s angle it is not,” Guardiola said.
Is there a rule on what angle should be used to take the decision? Do teams have the right to ask for a new check with other cameras?