Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare mentioned the referee “guessed” over the penalty resolution that led to their defeat at Atletico Madrid within the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final.
Jonas Eriksson awarded a spot-kick for a foul on Antoine Griezmann, with replays exhibiting the offence happened outdoors the field.
Griezmann scored the penalty to present Atletico a 1-Zero victory in Spain.
“It’s a actually disappointing resolution by the referee,” mentioned Shakespeare.
“It is a key second within the sport. He has to get that one proper, he cannot guess on these issues. It is a particular free-kick however it’s out of the field.
“It is the important thing selections you need right.”
‘It has ruined our sport plan’
Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel was equally adamant that the choice was the wrong one.
“It was plain and apparent to see. It has ruined our gameplan,” he advised BT Sport.
“It’s a resolution that’s powerful to take when it’s so clear and apparent. We should always have had one thing from this however now we have to just accept it.
“We made a problem outdoors of the field. They may have scored from that free-kick however clearly there’s a significantly better likelihood of scoring from the penalty – however it was by no means a penalty.”
‘A diabolical resolution’
Former Manchester United, Everton and England defender Phil Neville on BBC Radio 5 stay:
“It was an impressive end result. Craig Shakespeare would have taken that earlier than tonight.
“Leicester have defended rather well and restricted Atletico Madrid to pictures from…