Decision was Black and White
Kenwyne Jones believes that West Brom should have finished the game with 9 men.
Jones had two goal scoring opportunities taken away from him, yet neither man was sent off.
First Curtis Davies brought Jones down and despite being the last man he was only cautioned and then goalkeeper Dean Kiely handled outside the area and the referee ignored it.
Jones told the official site: 'I thought Dean Kiely's handball was black and white but neither the referee nor the linesman saw it.
I had two chances to score and unfortunately neither of them happened. That's what the officials are there for but they did not send either player off so we just had to get on with it.'
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