MARTIN Jol said his players got a raw deal in Krakow as they had Moussa Dembele harshly sent off and lost 1-0.
The Fulham boss pointed to an early raised boot on Brede Hangeland which did not invoke a red card, whereas Dembele was dismissed for an innocuous push on an apponent who feigned injury to his face.
"It was an wful night for us," Jol said. "Of course you shouldn’t raise your hand. He [Dembele] pushed him [Gervasion Nunez] on the shoulder and you shouldn’t do that. The referee gave us a red card, but we felt hard done by.”
"I would say that in the first minute one of my players was kicked and it should have been a red card. There were three other fouls but we didn't complain."
The Whites had a good penalty appeal turned down when Hangeland was brought down in the Wisla penalty area.
“Sometimes you are a bit lucky with the situation,” said Jol. “With Brede Hangeland it was probably a penalty but he didn’t give it. You depend on a few situations like that, but they didn’t go our way so that was unfortunate.
“But we will get on with it – we’ll get them at home and we’ll wait and see."
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