Chris Baird doesn't think that Fulham should have had two penalties against his Derby side, despite replays showing the home side can be aggrieved not to have been awarded them.
Both incidents occurred in the second half - first Ryan Sessegnon was tripped by Tom Lawrence but referee Darren Bond waved away the appeals, while Denis Odoi's strike seemed to strike a raised Baird hand on it's way to the goal.
But the Derby man doesn't think either were a penalty and defended his alleged handball, saying his arm wasn't raised to block the strike.
Speaking after the game, he told the Derby Telegraph : "To be fair, it did hit my body first and then went on to my arm - but my arm wasn't raised.
"It was close to my body and it was only a yard away, so it would have been very harsh if he'd given it.
"The one with Tom Lawrence, I don't think there was much in it. I think he (Sessegnon) went down too easily.
"Thankfully, he didn't give it. I don't think they were penalties, personally. Some they give, some they don't."