Derby County send report to head of referees highlighting key decisions
DERBY County have sent a report to the head of referees highlighting key decisions they feel have gone against them in the last two games.
The games in question are Saturday's 2-2 draw against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough and Tuesday night's 2-1 defeat away to Hull City.
Derby believe referee Oliver Langford and his assistants missed fouls in the build-up to both Wednesday's goals.
They say goalkeeper Adam Legzdins was held as he attempted to deal with a corner and Michail Antonio scored from close range.
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They also point to a foul on Conor Sammon only seconds before Miguel Llera headed Wednesday's equaliser.
Derby also say there was a blatant handball just before Hull won the corner from which they scored their late winner.
Rams manager Nigel Clough said: "We are sending some examples to the head of referees, David Allison, showing a couple of decisions in the last two games which have gone against us and which seemed pretty blatant and obvious ones to us.
"We will see what feedback we get. There was a handball before Hull's second goal.
"The players were extremely upset about it at the time and obviously afterwards once the goal had gone in from the corner.
"We don't think we are getting the rub of the green with some decisions at the moment."