Attacker believes Glovers should have had two penalties
ATTACKER Andy Williams believes Yeovil Town were denied not one but two penalties against Reading on Saturday.
The Glovers were left incensed by the display of referee Trevor Kettle as he first pointed to the spot when Adam Le Fondre went to ground alongside Luke Ayling but then ignored appeals for fouls on substitute Michael Ngoo.
Le Fondre's subsequent strike was sufficient to settle a Sky Bet Championship clash dominated by the Huish Park hosts where a draw would have been a fair result.
Swindon Town loanee Williams, back at Yeovil after 14 months in Wiltshire, said Gary Johnson's men enter the international break buoyed by performances but disappointed not to have registered more points.
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"I think if you went into the dressing room after the game, then you'd just see how gutted we were. It's not just the fact that we've lost 1-0, it's the manner in which we've lost as well.
"I think that anyone at the game could probably see that we dominated for the majority of the game. We possibly weren't just clinical enough at the right time in front of goal.
"Sometimes you get done by a sucker punch at the other end, but it wasn't even that in the end. They literally got given the goal, and I think that's cost us the game in the end."
On the incidents at either end he added: "There was barely any contact (between Ayling and Le Fondre) and I'd have loved to have seen the same opportunity at the other end, as I'm even convinced we had a couple at the other end and he could have easily evened it up.
"I think with (Ngoo's) second one, when he sort of threw him because he was lunging for the ball you don't always get them, but the kid has just wiped him out. With the first one, I don't really know what you've got to do to get a penalty. He's got the ball, taken a touch out from his feet and as he stands there the kid has chopped him down."