Dermot Gallagher believes Lee Probert was right to halt play and award Millwall a penalty against Brentford on Saturday.
There was controversy at Griffin Park when, ten minutes from the end, Henrik Dalsgaard brought down Jed Wallace in the area, with the man in the middle blowing his whistle for a penalty a split second before Lee Gregory picked up the loose ball and fired into the back of the net.
Gregory stepped up and saw his spot-kick saved and the Bees held on for a 1-0 win, much to the disgust of Millwall boss Neil Harris.
But the controversial incident was discussed on Sky Sports' Ref Watch feature today, with Gallagher saying Probert made the correct call.
Gallagher said: "The referee would have been very brave to carry on. It's all about the consequence of the decision rather than the decision itself. I would have given a penalty, too. If I see a penalty, I'd rather give it rather than gamble unless someone is about to roll it into the empty net."