The Premier League told BBC Match of the Day, the video assistant referee made wrong penalty decisions, in all three of Thursday’s games.
In a 3-0 victory over Aston Villa by Manchester United, Bruno Fernandes earned a spot-kick.
James Ward-Prowse hit the wall after a contested goal, as Southampton drew 1-1 with Everton.
In a 0-0 draw with Bournemouth for a Joshua King push on Harry Kane, Tottenham would have won a kick.
United and Southampton would not have earned penalties but one would have been awarded to Tottenham, reports the Premier League.
Fifa takes VAR’s operational responsibility from IFAB sports authorities and is required to focus on increased transparency across more than 100 regional leagues on topics such as the application of pitchside monitoring.
With Mike Riley, head of referees, restricting the usage of cameras so as not to slow down the game, there was uncertainty in the Premier League.