Reading boss Brian McDermott expects Andre Marriner will regret allowing Demba Ba's handled goal to stand in the 2-2 draw with Newcastle.
Reading seemed on course for their first Premier League win of the season after goals from Jimmy Kebe and Noel Hunt in the space of four second-half minutes.
Ba had equalised in between the two Reading strikes with a magnificent volley and then stole a point for Newcastle in controversial circumstances six minutes from time.
The Senegal striker went to meet Shane Ferguson's cross with his head but missed it and the ball deflected off his hand past the helpless Reading goalkeeper Alex McCarthy.
McDermott revealed that Newcastle manager Alan Pardew acknowledged after the game it had been a handball and that Reading deserved the win.
"It is disappointing to say the least," McDermott said.
"I think every angle in the world shows it's a handball. There is no doubt.
"We knew at the time on the bench because the bal...