David Moyes has once again been left fuming after his West Ham side were held by Brighton.
Irons midfielder Tomas Soucek saw his attempted clearance rebound off Lewis Dunk before the Seagulls defender rammed the ball into the net 20 minutes from time.
The goal saw Brighton heading for a win before Soucek’s late header snatched a point.
Moyes said: “I’ve had a chance to look back at it and it hits his arm – and it looks as if it hits his arm.
"I thought it if hits his arm and leads to a call it should be chalked off.
“Tomas Soucek gets a touch on it and I thought the rules were that if it leads to a goal then you have to chalk it off.
“I make lots of mistakes and if I make a mistake I’d have to accept it if somebody posted it out. I wouldn’t like it but I would accept it. So we’d like to know.
“If I was Lewis Dunk I would be disappointed if it wasn’t given but I think it's important for Stockley Park to come out and tell us why.
“They must have the same camera angles as Sky surely. Does it sound like they are trying to get out of it if they are saying they don’t have the camera angle as Sky?
"We’ve had a couple of raw decisions this season because of camera angles.
“I don’t think the Premier league are doing a particularly good job of explaining it and I don’t think anyone is convinced by the answers we are getting – even from the refereeing pundits.
"So we need to hear from Stockley Park.”
Brighton boss Graham Potter called the decision a victory for common sense.
He said: “Common sense isn’t always common practice so its nice that one goes your way.”
Brighton – winless in their previous five – had taken the lead through Neal Maupay a minute before the break. Ben Johnson responded with his first Premier League goal on the hour before the late goals.
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