Mahmoud Dahoud was on the wrong end of a refereeing decision – and it WASN’T the red card.

That was the verdict of ex-pros Ian Wright and Alan Shearer on BBC’s Match Of The Day 2.

Both felt referee John Brookes was correct to send off the midfielder for his challenge on Ben Osborn.

But they also a greed Brookes – or his video assistant Chris Kavanagh – should have awarded a penalty earlier when Jayden Bogle used his arm to block a Dahoud cross.

Wright said: “I know he is not looking but his arm is out there. His arm is not tucked in.

“Brighton are unlucky with that.”

Shearer added: “It’s coming from six, seven, eight yards away so you can’t say about the proximity.”

Simon Adingra’s goal was picked out by both former England strikers as a highlight.

Wright said: “They have done it again. hey have found another one in Adingra.

“When you look at him, he’s just coming straight at them – one, two, three, awareness, back heel from Buonanotte and great finish.

“This is exciting. It wasn’t a great game to watch but that was a massive highlight.

“Beautiful skill, beautiful balance, beautiful awareness from Buonanotte and then the composed finish.

“A really good goal – beautiful.”