Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner refused to drawn on the performance of referee Jeremy Simpson in the 2-2 draw with Reading and said: "I was happy with my team and we are still in the FA Cup."
The Lancashire official was booed off at the end of an eventful third-round tie at the John Smith's Stadium which featured three penalty appeals, only one of which was given, allowing Nahki Wells to score in stoppage time to force a replay.
Wells was earlier booked for simulation when he went down under a challenge from Reading keeper Ali Al-Habsi, while the visitors were also denied a penalty after a challenge by Harry Bunn.
In addition, Reading's first goal came after they broke following a tackle which left Wells grounded.
"There were some big moments when the referee made some decisions which I didn't agree with, but we have to accept them," said Wagner.
"I am happy about our performance. It was the first time we have been able to play without the pressure of the table.
"We dominated the game for long spells. We only had a period between 75 and 85 minutes where we struggled a bit.
"For the rest of the game we were good in our reactive pressure and created chances."