Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson could find himself in hot water with the Football Association after he blasted assistant referee Simon Beck following his side's 1-1 draw at Tottenham.
Ferguson felt the Red Devils were denied a penalty in the second half before Spurs equalised in stoppage time through Clint Dempsey to grab a deserved share of the spoils.
The controversial incident came just after the hour mark when Wayne Rooney, only introduced as a substitute moments earlier, appeared to tangle inside the box with Spurs defender Steven Caulker.
Beck remained unmoved by the challenge and Ferguson hit out at the assistant referee following the draw.
"It was a clear penalty," he said. "It was definitely a penalty. He has put his leg right in there.
"The linesman is facing it. I thought he had a very poor game, the linesman. I thought he was disappointing."
The 71-year-old went on to highlight a decision Beck made in favour of Chelsea in 2010, when he failed to flag D...