Graham Potter played down a penalty controversy at Carrow Road.

But he reflected on a hard-earned point for his Albion side at Norwich.

Neal Maupay felt he was tripped by Canaries goalkeeper Tim Krul in a 0-0 draw.

There appeared to be some contact on Maupay’s ankle as he tried to go around the keeper.

But referee Peter Bankes did not award a spot kick.



Video official Graham Scott did not advise he take another look.

Albion boss Potter said: “I’ve not looked at it really closely.

“It looked like there was a bit of contact.

“But obviously we are back into that realm of, if the referee on the pitch doesn’t give it does the VAR over-rule?

“I’ve not seen it closely enough. It is what it is.

"We had a good chance with Neal but they had some opportunities as well.”

Both teams had chances to break the deadlock and Albion had to defend strongly at times.

Potter said: “I'm probably disappointed we didn’t play as well as we can.

“At the same time we weren’t bad.

“It was just a hard fought game.


“Two teams going at it, in the end probably a little bit too open for our liking.

“But the way the guys defended and stuck at it, desire to keep the ball out of the net, was top.

“It’s a hard-earned point at a tricky place where you can see they are fighting for points.