Semi-automatic offside review well received at World Cup, also seen at Asian Cup

The semi-automatic offside reading (SAOT), which was well received at the 2022 FIFA Qatar World Cup, will also be introduced to the 2023 Asian Football Confederation Qatar Asian Cup.

AFC announced on the 19th (Korea Standard Time) that it would introduce SAOT to the Qatar Asian Cup. This is the first time that SAOT will be used in tournaments organized by each continental federation, including the Asian Cup.랭크카지노

When SAOT is introduced, an offside warning sound is automatically transmitted to the video referee at the same time as the player in the offside position touches the ball.

Even before the referee on the ground confirms this, the video referee may detect the kick point selected based on the position of the player’s limbs and the automatically generated offside line.

SAOT, which was first introduced at the last World Cup in Qatar, was well received in the opening match against Qatar and Ecuador, catching a bad call three minutes after the start of the tournament.

AFC President Shaikh Al Khalifa said, “We will quickly embrace the latest technological innovations to provide the best stage for Asian players.”

The Asian Cup will be held in Qatar from January 12 to February 10 next year.

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