IFAB, the universal decision-making body for the laws of football, had at its 132nd Annual General Meeting (AGM) penultimate week in Zurich, Switzerland unanimously approved the use of VARs in all matches.
Infantino said VAR had been shown to reduce the number of refereeing mistakes in matches where it has been used and would help football become "a fairer and more transparent sport".
The country is up against a joint-bid from Canada, Mexico and the United States when world-soccer governing body FIFA's member countries decide in Moscow on June 13 who will host the tournament eight years from now.
"We are going to have our first World Cup with VAR".
This nifty tool will help referees make decisions on hard calls involving penalties and goals, mistaken identity, red cards, and any offenses leading up to specific moments.
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Arsenal fans might have to admit that is the case following their FA Cup triumphs but Pochettino had another club in mind. And Pochettino was pleased with this side's display but he didn't want to talk about another VAR incident.
As the country slept in the early hours of Saturday morning, a major decision that could have dictated the future of Indian football for the next two years was being taken at a FIFA Council meeting in Bogotá, Colombia.
"Nobody knows exactly how VAR will work".
"I have a little bit of experience in organizing big events and I have to say that I have never seen the level of preparation - especially in security - that I am seeing in Russian Federation anywhere else", he said.
"Referees have to go out and referee a football match, and players have to go out and play, let the game take care of itself and if we need intervention then we can look at it". The only other global match was an unofficial one between Iraq and the Palestinian team which took place in Baghdad's Shaab stadium in the summer of 2009. FIFA's recent approval guarantees the use of VAR in the upcoming tournament.
The 2018 World Cup is set to kickoff June 14.