Warnock left questioning referee decisions
Middlesbrough manager Neil Warnock was left livid after his side's defeat to Norwich City.
The game was a tale of two penalties as Teemu Pukki netted from the spot for Norwich City, after Marcus Tavernier had earlier missed for Boro.
However, Warnock was displeased with the decision of referee Tony Harrington not to send off Norwich City defender Jacob Sorensen.
The left back escaped an early bath after fouling Sam Folarin, despite being on a booking.
In his post match comments, Warnock revealed that his side was unlucky with the decision.
"You need a bit of luck. When Sam goes past that kid on the far side with ten to go, and he doesn't send him off for a second booking. It was worse than the first.”
Despite the defeat ending their unbeaten run, Warnock was pleased with his side's performance. Boro looked well organised against the favourites to win the Championship and Warnock alluded to this.
"I loved watching us today, I really enjoyed watching us."
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Warnock will be hoping that this defeat was a minor blip as he looks to take the team to an improved position this season.