Two controversial decisions in Southampton's draw with Watford
Last Updated: 11/11/18 9:03am
There were two hugely controversial decisions in Southampton's 1-1 draw with Watford at St Mary's on Saturday, but did the referee get them right?
The first came when Southampton captain Ryan Bertrand appeared to foul Nathaniel Chalobah in the box just before the hour-mark.
Referee Simon Hooper, however, decided against pointing to the spot, much to the visitors' frustration.
And then midway through the second half, Saints striker Charlie Austin thought he had doubled his team's lead.
However, after consulting with assistant Harry Lennard, Hooper decided that Austin's shot had taken a deflection off Saints defender Maya Yoshida before hitting the back of the net.
Again, it was a call that did not go down well with the home side, with Southampton manager Mark Hughes later calling it "ridiculous".
Watch the above video and make up your own mind about the two decisions