Another edition of Inside Video Review is here, and this time Director of Video Review Greg Barkey sorts through some of the tougher decisions from Week 28 of the MLS regular season.
The first call Barkey explains is a handball on New York City FC defender Ben Sweat, which ultimately set up a penalty kick for Toronto FC. Then comes a pair of offsides calls, starting with Minnesota United's disallowed goal at the Houston Dynamo. The other was a late Seattle Sounders' strike, which came after the slimmest of margins against the New York Red Bulls.
To wrap things up, Barkey delves into the no-goal decision from last weekend's match between the Portland Timbers and D.C. United. The main takeaway there? Camera angles were inconclusive and conflicting.
You can watch all four decisions above, getting a better sense of what goes into the Video Review process each week in MLS.