Revealed: Incredible footage of RefCam's debut shows referee Jarred Gillett reviewing a penalty claim during Crystal Palace's 4-0 thrashing of Man United at Selhurst Park

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  • Jarred Gillett made history by wearing a camera at Selhurst Park on Monday
  • Clips taken on the RefCam shot during the game have been released online
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RefCam footage from Crystal Palace's victory over Manchester United has been released.

Referee Jarred Gillett made history in Monday's clash at Selhurst Park as he took to the pitch wearing a head-mounted camera in a first for the Premier League, with both clubs, the International Football Association Board and the Professional Game Match Officials Limited agreeing to the one-off.

The footage taken was not included during the live broadcast of the game as it is set to be included in a programme designed to offer 'further insight and education into the demands of officiating in the Premier League' which will air at a later date.

However, some clips taken from the RefCam during the game have since been showcased online, including the official's decision to deny Palace a penalty.

After receiving a pass from Eberechi Eze, Tyrick Mitchell skips past Kobbie Mainoo and Casemiro and drives towards the United goal.

Footage taken on the referee's camera from Crystal Palace's win over Man United has been released online

Footage taken on the referee's camera from Crystal Palace's win over Man United has been released online

Footage taken on the referee's camera from Crystal Palace's win over Man United has been released online

Match official Jarred Gillett made Premier League history by donning a head-mounted camera at Selhurst Park on Monday

Match official Jarred Gillett made Premier League history by donning a head-mounted camera at Selhurst Park on Monday

Gillet can be heard immediately dismissing calls for a penalty after Tyrick Mitchell was brought down in the box

Gillet can be heard immediately dismissing calls for a penalty after Tyrick Mitchell was brought down in the box

Mitchell's run abruptly comes to an end after he collides with Jonny Evans, leading to penalty appeals from the Palace players.

Gillett is having none of it though, and can be heard on the clip immediately remarking upon the collision: 'No no, no way. He's run into him for me. The attacker runs into Evans. That's how I read it.'

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The video assistant referee then informs Gillet that VAR are conducting a check for a possible penalty before promptly informing him that they were confident that a foul had not taken place.

Other fascinating clips from the footage shown on the Premier League's website included Gillet issuing pre-match instructions to the captains of both clubs.

'Alright lads, you're the captains. I expect you to lead by example and manage your players if you can.' Gillett told Casemiro and Joachim Andersen prior to kick-off.

While Palace would be denied a penalty, Oliver Glasner's side were in complete control at Selhurst Park.

Michael Olise gave the Eagles the lead on 12 minutes before Jean-Philippe Mateta doubled their advantage before the interval.

Mitchell added a third just before the hour mark before Olise added insult to injury to hand Erik ten Hag one of the most humiliating defeats since he arrived at the club in 2022.

The official then converses with VAR, who agree that the on-field decision was the correct one

The official then converses with VAR, who agree that the on-field decision was the correct one

Clips also show Gillet giving his pre-match instructions to Joachim Andersen and Casemiro

Clips also show Gillet giving his pre-match instructions to Joachim Andersen and Casemiro

While Monday's clash marked the first utilisation in a Premier League clash, the concept of officials wearing mounted cameras during games to offer fans a unique perspective is not a new one.

During a pre-season friendly between Chelsea and Brighton in July, referee Rob Jones wore a camera mounted on his chest as the Blues ran out 4-3 winners in Philadelphia.

A chest-mounted camera was also used in the clash between Arsenal and the MLS All-Stars in pre-season, with clips later uploaded online from the referee's perspective. 

A head-mounted RefCam has also been introduced in the German top flight this season, with match official Daniel Schlager wearing one during the 2-2 draw between Frankfurt and Wolfsburg in February.

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