Crusaders manager Stephen Baxter said referee Tim Marshall got the penalty call wrong in Saturday's controversial 1-1 Premiership draw against Coleraine.
The Crues took the lead in the 18th minute when Jordan Owens tapped in from close range to complete a fine move.
Gareth McKeown was yellow-carded for taking a free-kick too quickly and then was red-carded for a second-half foul.
Curtis Allen levelled with a penalty on 82 after Josh Robinson handled in the area after the players had stopped in response to a wrong offside decision.
The dumbfounded Crues players surrounded referee Marshall to protest but to no avail.