(Admittedly Leading) Questions:
1) Did the Video Assistant Refereeing input make anything clearer on the field of play?
2) Was this a situation where Video Assistant Referees should have intervened? Or in clearer words: Why the hell did they intervene in a situation which should be ultimately clear to AR2?
3) Was a competent Assistant Referee - in the sense of "competent about offside" - part of the Video Assistant Refereeing team behind the scenes? (same goes for yesterday's situation)
4) With all understanding for this experiment being in a learning process - is not this situation simply ridiculous and seriously undermining the referee's authority?
5) Were the Laws of the Game violated? The referee actually may not change his decision (offside) once play has been re-started (America started a counterattack, the ball was in play).