Manchester United fans are convinced Mason Mount should have been sent off for Chelsea in their goalless draw at the weekend.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side settled for a point at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon after a hard fought contest which provided few opportunities for either side.
United felt they should have had a penalty in the first-half after a handball from Callum Hudson-Odoi in the penalty area, but nothing was given after a lengthy VAR check.
However, that wasn't the only moment of controversy.
Eagle-eyed United fans spotted a possible red card in the clash when Chelsea midfielder Mount appeared to stamp on Fred after a battle for the ball.
Five minutes into the second-half Mount appeared to lash out at Fred after the United midfielder had brought him down in a challenge.
One fan wrote: "I saw this during the game and was shocked it wasn’t checked at. I thought I must had been seeing things because that’s a kick out and maybe a red."
While another added: "Man this ref report is gonna be a wild one."
Despite the outrage some fans decided to look at the wider picture and suggest such complaints ignored the limp performance from Solskjaer's side.
"I'll be honest, we look like Arsenal fans complaining about everything after the match finished. There's no need for it," added another supporter.