There were plenty of talking points to consider for the Match of the Day pundits in Huddersfield Town's 4-1 win over Watford this afternoon.
Watford claimed both Kachunga and Collin Quaner were offside for Town's opener with Martin Keown agreeing with the Hornets protestations.
“It's offside twice - it's a melee, they (Watford) should have cleared the ball, they don't and it arrives at Kachunga's feet and you can see he's offside,” Martin Keown said on the BBC highlights programme.
“It's a joke decision and I'm wondering what the linesman was doing there – he should be picking that up.”
And on the red card decisions – Deeney's for a rash challenge on Quaner and Hogg for two bookable offences, both Keown and Ian Wright felt they were harsh.
Analysing Deeney's dismissal, Ian Wright said: “I think it's the aggressive nature which is why he's been sent-off.
“I don't think he catches the player too much and he wins the ball – but he's lunged in there and he didn't have to go in so high.”
Keown added the Hornets skipper was 'unlucky' to be sent-off before attention turned to Hogg's own sending-off.
“He's not even looking, he's trying to pass the ball forward there,” Ian Wright said.
Former defender Keown agreed with his ex-Arsenal team-mate, adding: “I think referees need understanding of the player.
"He can't even see the player there and Hogg's played that blind and he gets sent off for two yellows.”