SHEFFIELD Wednesday manager Dave Jones bemoaned a string of decisions that went against his side during Saturday's 2-2 draw with Millwall.
Andy Keogh rescued a point for the Lions from the penalty spot after Richard Chaplow was felled by Jeremy Helan inside the area, but Jones insisted the midfielder's challenge was fair.
And the Owls boss claimed Premier League referee Stuart Attwell wrongly disallowed a third goal for the Yorkshire club – and should have pointed to the spot when Michail Antonio was brought down by Stephen Bywater midway through the second half.
He said: "We got caught the wrong side [of Chaplow], but it is not penalty – the referee's closer and for some reason the linesman gets involved and gives it. We've watched it again from every angle and it's not a penalty.
"The turning point was when the goalkeeper dropped the ball, we stuck it in but the referee disallowed the goal. We didn't challenge him [Bywater], it was his own man.
"Then Antonio goes around him and nothing was given, so those were the two decisions.
"But that's not why we didn't win – we should have seen out the game, or scored a third. We didn't play well, we gave the ball away too many times and were sloppy in our play.
"We got our noses in front and should have won ugly. We were half-a-yard off the pace."