Everton manager Marco Silva has questioned why video technology was not used to rule out Millwall’s second equaliser in tonight’s FA Cup tie.

Having seen Richarlison’s opener cancelled out on the stroke of half-time by Lee Gregory’s equaliser, the Toffees had restored their advantage thanks to substitute Cenk Tosun in the 72nd minute.

But there was huge controversy three minutes later when the Lions levelled again through Jake Cooper.

Replays showed Cooper was offside and used his hand in the goal, although no VAR was in use so the goal stood.

Millwall went on to seal a memorable victory over the big-spending Premier League side with a last-gasp Murray Wallace winner.

But it was referee Michael Oliver’s decision to allow the Lions’ second goal which angered the under-fire Goodison boss afterwards.

Silva said: “If the competition has VAR in some stadiums and stages it has to be in all because it doesn’t make sense.

“That moment if we have seven or eight players in the penalty area and seven or eight saw handball it is really difficult how the referee and assistant cannot see also.

“After one minute all the thousands of people saw it on the big screen, but the referee did not see.

“I’m sure the handball is not allowed in football and that goal was not a goal.”

He added "It doesn’t make sense. If we have to be fair with all the clubs and competition, you have to do it for all the games.

“Now you go home with big frustration.

“We have to put VAR in every stadium.”

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