Arsene Wenger believes referee Mike Dean made a "massive wrong decision" when he disallowed an Arsenal goal in the 0-0 draw away at Tottenham.
Emmanuel Eboue thought he had scored in the 13th minute, but Dean had already blown for a foul on Jonathan Woodgate.
The Gunners midfielder was later sent off, but Wenger was more incensed with the decision to deny his side a goal.
"The goal we scored is completely normal, how can you cancel a goal like that?" the Frenchman told BBC Sport.
"It's just not acceptable, this kind of decision. He must have seen a clear-cut foul to cancel a goal like that.
"I would like our opponents to have goals cancelled like that when they play at the Emirates."
Eboue was also bemused as to why Dean chalked off his strike.
"It was a goal," the 25-year-old said. "I don't know why he did not give it. The referee said I touched Woodgate but I did not."
Eboue also apologised to his team-mates for his dismissal, although he felt his first booking was harsh.
I'm very angry today, I am pleased with my team, but very angry with the decision of the referee to cancel a goal like that.
"For the first yellow card I did not say anything bad," he added. "I am sorry. This game was very, very important for us. We must always win when we play against Tottenham and give our best for the fans.
"I am so disappointed to get the red card but I say thank you to my team-mates who gave everything. We drew and we are happy. It is a good point for us after playing so long with 11 v 10.
"For the second booking I touched him. I put my leg up because [Modric] had touched me before in front of the referee and he did not say anything.
"He kicked me when I tried to go forward and I put my leg up. The second card is normal, I accept it. But for me the referee was not good today."
Wenger also questioned whether the first yellow card was justified and said he did not see the incident that led to the second booking.
He did, however, admit that if the Ivory Coast international did aim a kick at the Tottenham midfielder then he deserved to be shown a yellow card.
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