The Five Pointer: Mauricio Pochettino calls for VAR review

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VAR is dominating football conversations once again. Following a number of questionable decisions in the game between Everton and Tottenham at Goodison Park, Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has called for a review of the technology.

During the game Everton midfielder Andre Gomes suffered a serious ankle injury, but manager Marco Silva refused to blame Tottenham’s Son Heung-min, who was involved in the incident.

Lewis Hamilton has won his 6th Formula One world title, with a second place finish at the United States Grand Prix.

The title means that Hamilton is now the second most successful F1 driver of all time behind Michael Schumacher. The Brit has called the victory “overwhelming.”

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Novak Djokovic claimed his fifth Paris Masters title, with victory over Denis Shapovalov in the final of the competition.

The Serb is hoping for a showdown with Rafael Nadal at the upcoming ATP finals in London, as both players attempt to claim world number one spot at the end of the year.

And finally Andy Murray and wife Kim are celebrating the birth of their third child.

The baby boy was born last week according to Andy’s mother Judy, who said he is healthy and happy. The pair already have two daughters, Sophia and Eddie.

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