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Referee Robert Madley awarded a penalty and showed the Argentine red - a double punishment even Allardyce admitted was "harsh".
By the letter of the law, maybe, but the double punishment felt harsh.
The double punishment is something unbelievable," Mourinho said.
He added: "The double punishment is something unbelievable.
The difference this time, however, was that the referee didn't see the initial foul committed by Nti who tripped Burge as he attempted to kick the ball clear so Coventry received the double punishment of being reduced to ten men with a straight red card for violent conduct, and facing a penalty.
The rules stipulate that players are fined 10 per cent of their match fees for every over they are behind, with the captain taking a double punishment.
Critics say the program unfairly penalizes poor Texans and requires drivers to face double punishment for a single offense.
The Spanish side were reduced to 10 men 19 minutes later, however, when Seydou Keita was dismissed for bringing down Roman Bezjak, who spared the visitors a double punishment by fluffing the resulting penalty.
And back comes the point about whether the double punishment – a pen and playing the rest of the game against 10 men, which becomes a triple when you throw in the suspension for the next game – is justice.
Bolton were hit with a double punishment as, from the free-kick, Kermorgant's curler came back off the post and Dervite lashed in his first goal for the club.
I hope that their father will be out of jail by then because the children don't deserve a double punishment by losing both their mother and father.