Coventry City manager Steven Pressley says that refereeing decisions cost his side in their Johnstone's Paint Trophy southern area quarter-final defeat by Bristol City at Ashton Gate.
The Sky Blues were beaten 2-0 after goals by Derrick Williams and Aaron Wilbraham, in what Pressley admitted was "a game of few chances".
He told BBC Coventry & Warwickshire: "It was a really confident, assured performance from us against the league leaders. We looked a confident team, but we've got to turn that dominance into goals.
"The ref's missed a big call. There were two incidents actually. One for a handball and the other for a tackle on Josh McQuoid, which was undoubtedly a penalty."