Queens Park Rangers were to left to rue a big decision against them at Brentford on Saturday, after Conor Washington felt his header had crossed the line at the back post.
Bees defender Yoann Barbot jumped to head clear when it appeared to have been over the goal-line, but both referee and the assistant on the far side carried on with play.
Washington in particular was furious, alongside other team-mates who were close to where the ball was.
And defender James Perch felt it was just typical of the luck QPR have been getting in recent weeks.
"We thought it went over the line. The net seemed to ripple, and we were told that, too," he told Get West London.
"So we thought it was in, the whole ball has gone over the line, but the referee didn't think so and we had to take it on the chin.
"That's a couple of goals now that goal-line technology could have cleared up for us.
"When you're down there at the wrong end of the table, you don't always get the rub of the green.
"But it's tough to take, we think it's gone in, Conor thinks it's gone in and we weren't given it. We can't dwell on it, of course."