Leigh Griffiths scored from the penalty spot to ensure Hibernian remain hot on the heels of league leaders Motherwell as they saw off Kilmarnock 2-1.
The striker fired in off the post after Paul Cairney went down under a challenge from Ryan O’Leary on the stroke of half-time.
Referee Steven McLean pointed to the spot to the fury of the visiting players and fans.
At full-time Pat Fenlon and Kenny Shiels disagreed over the official’s call.
Fenlon said: "We got a bit of a kick up the backside at half-time and we came out and played much better football in the second half.
"We were terrible in the first half and it just wasn't going for us. They hadn't watered the pitch which made it difficult for us to play our passing football.
"We got a bit of a roasting at half-time but we showed a lot of character to come through and win the game."
On the other hand Shiels said: "He (Cairney) ran straight into my player looking for a penalty.
"There was no contact. I don't have to see replays. We know it wasn't a penalty."
Watch the incident and decide for yourself.
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