Arsene Wenger has criticised the Premier League's decision to not implement video assistant referees (VAR) next season.
The Arsenal boss was speaking after the 2-1 loss at Newcastle United in a game that saw a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang shot hit the hand of defender Jamaal Lascelles.
"We are behind the rest of the world," the 68-year-old Frenchman told reporters. "The Premier League has again decided not to go for VAR and I believe that is a very, very bad decision.
"Every big game this season has been decided by mistakes that could have been avoided with VAR.
"The Premier League has been created by people who had a progressive mind and wanted to be in front of the rest in Europe. It worked.
"The young generation is used to [VAR] and worldwide, they might move away from us because they see that in other countries they do it."