Paris: Frustrated Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim demanded VAR video assistance be introduced in French Ligue 1 after a controversial penalty saw his team squander two points in a 3-3 draw at struggling Toulouse on Saturday.
Monaco could find themselves 14 points behind runaway leaders Paris Saint-Germain by the end of the weekend and Jardim insisted the referee did his team no favours by awarding a penalty in the 78th minute when his side were leading 3-1.
Polish defender Kamil Glik was punished for bringing down Yaya Sanogo in the area in the 78th minute, allowing Andy Delort to score from the spot.
Former Arsenal striker Sanogo then grabbed a late equaliser as Toulouse shared the points.
"We were in control but then something happened that nobody can control," said Jardim. "The players are very angry and that's why I am going to say again that I am very much in favour of VAR.