Brentford head coach Dean Smith and Millwall boss Neil Harris were united in their condemnation of Premier League referee Lee Probert following yesterday's tasty London derby.
The match official incensed both sets of supporters in the Bees' 1-0 win, their first home Championship success of the season.
Probert was at the centre of controversy 10 minutes from time when he gave a penalty for a Henrik Dalsgaard foul on Jed Wallace a split second before Lee Gregory rifled home the loose ball.
Gregory stepped up to take the spot kick only to see it saved by keeper Daniel Bentley, and the decision left Harris disappointed and frustrated:
“Don't get me wrong, Brentford had a lot of chances in a very open game, but the key decisions went against us," said the Lions chief.
“After the break their centre back punches the ball in the box and then one of their lads stands on Shaun Hutchinson's foot in the area.
"Then, when the penalty comes, he gives it instantly to make up for it. Unless the rules have changes, you can play advantage in the box.”
Those were not the only questionable decisions by Probert in the game, and Bees boss Smith believes the official was not up to scratch.
“I’m not even sure it was a foul, let alone inside the box," he said of the penalty. " If it was in the box it was offside anyway, but there were a lot of decisions that raised eyebrows.
"When you play against a side as physical and aggressive as Millwall you need some protection and you expect some degree of consistency.”