The Leeds-Arsenal match resumed after being suspended for 38 minutes due to a power outage

Leeds (England): The match between Leeds United and Premier League leaders Arsenal was interrupted shortly after the start due to a power outage before resuming after a 38-minute delay. The power outage caused problems in the communication systems between the referees and the video assistant referee, which prevented communication between them. With no solution to the problem after the suspension of the game for ten minutes, the referee spoke to the technicians of the two teams and asked the players to return to the locker room to the mockery of the audience in field. The match resumed after the electricity was restored and the referee ensured that the video technology and goal line technology were working. (Reuters)