- Dec 22, 2009
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
Before you went off on a tangent you should have probably taken into account that any freeze frame (including the one there) can be at the point which is frame/s either before or after the extreme point in question.
Look at the bottom one there. It's not even the same frame as the other which shows the ball has gone out further than that.
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The other one in this thread:
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If the aerial view you posted is the same frame as the ground level then it's not evidence of anything as it's not even the frame of the most extreme point of the ball being out. That aside you're correct that the aerial view IS the one to go by to make the call, but it still has to be the right frame or it's worthless.
What was the initial on field call? If it was ruled out I would be surprised if VAR overturned based on the images unless they had accurate ball tracking from sensors.