Fifa president Sepp Blatter has declared goal-line technology "a necessity" after Ukraine became the latest victims of its absence from the game.
The European Championship co-hosts were denied an equaliser in Tuesday's decisive 1-0 defeat to England when officials failed to spot Marco Devic's shot had crossed the line.
Blatter, who hopes to convince the International Football Association Board to give the technology the green light, posted on Twitter: "After last night's match #GLT is no longer an alternative but a necessity."
Blatter has not yet convinced Uefa president Michel Platini, who remains steadfast that additional assistant referees behind each goal is the best way forward.
Even so, last night's referee, assistant referee and AAR all failed to spot Devic's shot had narrowly crossed the line before John Terry's acrobatic clearance prevented it hitting the back of the net.