After many attempts, finally Premiership return after time to pause. However, even in the first match post-Covid-19 happened a rare incident.
Rare incident in the game Aston Villa - Sheffield United
Confrontation between Aston Villa and Sheffield United ended 0-0, but things have been different if the "machine" operating normally. In a competitive situation happening ball in the first half, goalkeeper Norwood Aston Villa fell into the net but still hugging the ball.
However, technology Hawk-Eye peephole Goaline (oversees the ball has crossed the line of the Premier League) have encountered technical problems and the referee did not recognize a valid goal for Sheffield United.
After the game ended, the company that owns the technology peephole above Hawkeye posted immediately apologized for the incident mentioned above. "In the agreement between Aston Villa match Sheffield United takes place at Villa Park, technology Hawk-Eye peephole Goaline have a problem.
The referee did not get the signal to the clock or headsets. Seven cameras were goalkeeper as well as obscure players. This is the first incident occurred after more than 9,000 matches since this technology was launched. Equipment and technology have been checked before the game started and was confirmed by the referee. "
Apologies holding company Hawk-Eye technology Goaline