Referees bosses have admitted to Premier League chairman that there have been four VAR blunders so far this season.
The other two errors were the referee's decision not to award Manchester City a penalty when Jefferson Lerma stood on David Silva's foot in the Bournemouth box and a decision not to give West Ham a penalty when Sebastien Haller was brought down by Norwich's Tom Trybull.
While it might have not worked out on four occasions, the assistants have made six right decisions.
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"Out of the four match rounds, there have been some really good examples where we have intervened". "Six incidents where the VAR has advised the referee and we've got a better decision".
Riley, the managing director of the elite refereeing body, PGMOL Ltd, told Sky Sports News: "We are learning as we go along and we are constantly improving".
VAR was not able to intervene and award Aston Villa a goal at Crystal Palace as referee Kevin Friend had already blown his whistle for a dive by Jack Grealish before the ball crossed the line, and as such play was already dead.
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"What we've talked about this morning is the four instances where actually the VAR didn't intervene, and had we done I think it would have been a better understanding of the role the VAR plays in the game".
When pressed on why those mistakes were made, Riley added: "A combination of factors".
Riley added that while the Premier League wants to ensure a "high bar so that we don't disrupt the flow of the game", there was a "clear and obvious error" in each of the cases.
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"All the referees have incorporated the things we need to do with VAR into their refereeing while still focusing on making real-time decisions".