The forward was not pleased with the refereeing standards in the game with Leeds this week.
Leeds United ended a difficult week on a high note yesterday after picking up all three points from their meeting with MK Dons down south.
Uwe Rosler’s men won the game 2-1 thanks to goals from Charlie Taylor and a Chris Wood penalty, whilst Welsh international scored the goal for the MK Dons.
However their opponents were left aghast at some of refereeing decisions in the game. They felt that the refereeing of Dave Webb was firmly in favour of Leeds and that they did not get a fair result as a consequence.
Leeds were awarded a penalty in the game and MK Dons were reduced to ten men, so they certainly were punished by disciplinary matters.
They also felt they should have had a couple of penalties of their own and one man has not held back on Twitter:
Always tough playing against 12 people today! Still had enough chances to win 2 or 3 games. Got to keep going and fortunes will change #coyd— Dean Bowditch (@deanbowditch9) September 19, 2015
Dons attacker Dean Bowditch took to Twitter to vent after the game and suggested that this team were playing against 12 men against Leeds:
Of course Leeds fans will not care one dot. Swings and roundabouts is the cliché that comes to mind and soon enough the gods of football will align to ensure that the score is even – at which point it will be Leeds players and fans kicking up a stink.