Pay per head services learned that Paul Lambert, Aston Villa manager, felt that refereeing decisions played a crucial role in his side’s 2-0 loss on Saturday at Fulham.
The visitors saw a five-match undefeated run come to an end as Steve Sidwell’s strike and a Dimitar Berabtov penalty secured a first win for Rene Meulensteen, Fulham’s new boss.
Pay per head services saw that Villa were rarely a threat in a game that was dominated by the hosts, but they felt distressed after seeing Fulham get a doubtful penalty after a collision between Alexander Kacaniklic and Leandro Bacuna.
And despite a clumsy challenge by Aaron Hughes on Villa attacker Gabriel Agbonlahor, price per head sportsbooks saw that the away-side’s misfortune was added in the closing stages as referee Mike Dean did not want to point to the spot.
The Scot was not in agreement with both of Dean’s penalty calls, but he did admit that his team did not do a good job, and pay per head services could also see that his side were not at their best.
“I don’t think we did enough to win the game,” Lambert said.
Pay per head services also believe that they could have done much more in this match.
“I am disappointed with some of the decisions, the two penalties for instance
“I’ve just spoken to Mike, he had his views on it, mine is different from his.
“I think if you give a penalty you’ve got to be 100 per cent sure.
“I think the lad has actually back into Leo (Bacuna). In Gabby’s one Gabby has got a foot on it first.
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“As a team, we were short. We never got going. But we pick ourselves up and go again.”
Villa’s fans all over the world and pay per head services were not very pleased with the team’s performance, and they hope that they pick themselves up again as soon as possible.