One for the Video Umpire geeks! I had an incident at the weekend in a game which, during coaching afterwards, it became apparent that I should have given a PS rather than a PC. Situation was a goalkeeper went to ground to his left, swept at the ball with his stick and missed, following through into the attacker's stick. Without that happening, the attacker may have had a shot at goal, despite one defender nearby and another on the goal line. Teams were both national league. At the time, I judged the stick tackle not intentional (which the players were OK with), and didn't judge the foul had prevented the probable scoring of a goal. However, during post match debrief, in the opinion of my colleague and coach (and coaches' coach too - I'll let them choose if they want to identify themselves!), the tackle did indeed prevent the probable scoring of a goal. To be clear: This post isn't about the ins and outs of what constitutes the probable scoring of a goal. This is about whether a VU would / could overrule the opinion of the on-field umpire about that question in a review. If that incident had been in a tournament with video referral, and the attacking team had chosen to refer it, I would have already given my original decision of PC, prompting the referral request. Given that the award of a PS on the basis of preventing the probable scoring of a goal is a matter of opinion rather than fact (i.e. it's not "did it hit the foot or not?", it's "do you think that stopped a probable goal?"), how likely is it that a video referral would be successful? Does it depend on the tournament rules/guidance?