Watch: Chris Johns reacts to penalty decision during Coleraine's draw with Glenavon
What do you think? Make your mind up by watching below
The league's top two sides Glenavon and Coleraine drew 2-2 after an action-packed game at Mourneview Park with a few refereeing decisions subject of discussion - all part of the drama.
Referee Raymond Crangle sent James Singleton off during the first half and then awarded Singleton's Glenavon side a 78th minute penalty leading to the equalising goal.
He adjudged Coleraine keeper Chris Johns to have fouled Andrew Hall as he tried to punch the ball clear.
But what did Johns think?
"I'm not so sure about the decision but he's made it and as a team you have to move on from it," he said. "It's one of those things.
"It was a very good game of football and Glenavon, even with 10 men, I suppose had the better chances of the game. A pint is probably a fair result but with a little bit of disappointment.
"There's a lot of quality on both sides and it was a really good spectacle."
John's long-time friend and Glenavon forward Andrew Mitchell, meanwhile, turned attention to an earlier decision in the second half NOT to award him a spot-kick.
"Chris can probably feel a bit aggrieved but but from where I was, I can see why Rayond has given it," he said. "There was a clashing of bodies there. I think we should have had a penalty before then when I was pulled back going through on goal. It evened itself out a little bit.
"We've come away with a very important point."
What do you think?
⚽️GOAL! Sammy Clingan levels from the spot after Chris Johns fouled Andy Hall. It's now 2-2 at Mourneview Park. Live text➡ bbc.in/2lQiwiFPosted by BBC Irish Premiership on Saturday, November 4, 2017
Coleraine remain eight points clear of Glenavon at the top with Crusaders and Linfield both picking up three points in third and fourth.
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