Phil Parkinson seethes at ‘not anything’ penalty as Bradford knock out Wrexham


Phil Parkinson branded Bradford’s penalty a “not anything incident” as he expressed frustration on the officers of their Carabao Cup second-round go out however used to be happy together with his Wrexham gamers.

Tyler Smith’s spot-kick inside of 3 mins put Bradford forward however Will Boyle’s header took the sport to a shoot-out.

Mark Howard stored Dan Oyegoke’s effort, however Luke Younger overlooked and Harry Lewis stored James Jones’s penalty because the Bantams received 4-3 on consequences after a 1-1 draw.

Parkinson used to be annoyed with the verdict to penalise Aaron Hayden’s problem on Jamie Walker and doubted if referee Ben Speedie noticed the incident.

He stated: “For a fully not anything incident, the ref has given a penalty. He’s were given 4 gamers in between him and the incident and he’s instructed me it used to be him who gave it, however there’s completely no approach he can see it so he’s obviously guessed.

“The linesman has were given the most efficient view of all and is mic’d up and is meant to be in contact and the officers are meant to paintings as a group. I think somewhat bit aggrieved by means of how that call has come about, however we need to take it at the chin and we needed to reply and I believed the men answered actually neatly.”

Bradford boss Mark Hughes stated: “I feel except for one just right save within the first part when Harry stored together with his shins and the purpose, we attempted to stay that one out nevertheless it’s tough with the large lads and we have been missing somewhat little bit of dimension and weight this night, however I believed the men have been superb.

“For my part we totally deserved to win the sport in commonplace time. Clearly you concern while you get to consequences as a result of it may possibly cross both approach nevertheless it used to be the fitting outcome.”



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