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Barker: It was a stonewall penalty
Boss Richie Barker claimed Crawley were denied a "stonewall" penalty in the dying moments of their 2-2 draw at Yeovil Town tonight.
A cross from substitute Nicky Adams hit the raised arm of a defender inside the box three minutes into injury time but referee James Adcock waved away appeals for a spot-kick.
Barker said: "It was a stonewall penalty. If it had been anywhere else of the pitch he would have given it.
"The defenders arm was raised and if you raise your arm and the ball hits it then that is a penalty."
Barker was delighted with Crawley's comeback in the second half after going 2-0 down inside 18 minutes.
Joe Walsh pulled a goal back immediately after the interval with Matt Sparrow grabbing the equaliser.
He added: "We weren't at the races in the first half. We weren't working hard enough and went out as if we just wanted to look good.
"Having said that we could have been 4-2 up at half-time with the chances we created. I fancied us to win the game if we got the first goal in the second half and we did.
"They hit the post twice in the second half but we had lots of chances too and I felt there was only one team who deserved to win it."