Stoke City defeated Swansea City by a 2-1 score at the Britannia Stadium on Sunday, October 19 yet the victory was marred due to an alleged diving incident that ensured Stoke profit from a penalty kick.
The diving incident occured in the 43rd minute, when Charlie Adam converted a spot kick after Angel Rangel was - in the words of a BBC report - "harshly judged to have fouled Victor Moses."
Swansea City manager Garry Monk was apoplectic over the call and claimed that "Moses should be done for diving - for cheating."
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes retorted that Monk's statement was "unacceptable".
For talkSPORT commentator Stan Collymore, Monk is correct to have voiced his disdain over a: the dive and b: the resultant penalty, which went on to alter the landscape of the match.
"Good on Garry Monk on diving," said Collymore. "Just telling the truth. Diving is cheating fellow players, referees and fans.
"It's a pity more managers don't do the same." he concluded.