Nottingham Forest boss Aitor Karanka says Kemar Roofe's use of an arm in the late leveller for Leeds United was "clear" to see in the 1-1 draw at Elland Road in the Championship.
Roofe, who later admitted the ball struck his arm, appeared to turn home a Mateusz Klich shot illegally in the 82nd minute to earn a point for the Whites.
After furious protests from Forest referee Geoff Eltringham consulted his fellow match officials but ruled the goal to stand which cancelled out a Jack Robinson opener in the 11th minute.
Karanka told his post-match press conference: “We were lucky the cameras were here and everyone could see.
“Anyone at home or in the stadium watching the game could see what happened because it was clear.
“Robbed is a strong word to say. In games like today it’s better to be proud of the players. We played really well against a very good team in a very good atmosphere.
“They are having an amazing season and are playing really well. They have a very experienced manager so it’s not a surprise for me at all.
“Today we were very organised and committed.”