A goal of supreme quality and a goal of supreme controversy kept the scores level between Denmark and Australia in the first of Group E’s second round of fixtures.This World Cup has seen VAR take the headlines, with a mostly smooth introduction to the international tournament. There has been controversy over whether interventions should have been made – see repeated fouls on Harry Kane – but most would say the decisions made by the system have largely been correct. This match marked the first time a decision was jarringly reversed for incorrect reasons, granting Australia a penalty duly converted by the unflappable Mile Jedinak. Denmark may feel hard done by, having arguably had the better chances and greater control of…