Kemar Roofe’s controversial equalizer that enabled Leeds United to hold on to a 1-1 draw must have been hard to take for Nottingham Forest fans.
Forest lead for most of the match after Jack Robinson had powered a header into the net in the 11th minute and successfully kept the Whites’ attacking threat at bay.
But with only 8 minutes remaining, Roofe popped up to turn in a cross at the far post with the aid of his right arm.
With officials failing to spot the handball, the goal stood and Forest had to settle for just a point.
Having come agonizing close to earning all 3 points at Elland Road, the visiting fans have every right to feel bitter at the referee’s decision.
However, some of them don’t seem to be handling it too well and have gone on to accuse hosts of cheating during a live stream of the under-23 match between Leeds and Hull City.
Strange platform to express their anger, we’ve got to say.
What were they even doing watching that match in the first place? Nonetheless, check out the screenshot below –
Hahahahaha there’s actual Forest fans watching our u23s so they can comment cheats pic.twitter.com/XXv0kcqxha
— Alex (@alexlicense) October 29, 2018