Schmeichel, McIlroy and Lineker weren't too happy with the refereeing in the Leicester match

Vardy's sending off was among the talking points

BY Newstalk 16:32 Sunday 17 April 2016, 16:32 17 Apr 2016

Peter Schmeichel (Picture by: David Jensen / EMPICS Entertainment)

Much of the fallout from Leicester City's 2-2 draw with West Ham centred on refereeing decisions. 

Leicester forward Jamie Vardy was sent off, with his second yellow coming when referee Jonathan Moss ruled that he had dived.

That wasn't the only talking point when it came to refereeing decisions.

Moss also gave penalties to both sides but ex-Manchester United goalkeeping great Peter Schmeichel was clearly unhappy with his overall performance.

The Dane, whose son is Leicester keeper Kasper and thus would like the Foxes to claim the Premier League, was incensed with the refereeing:



He wasn't the only one to question Moss' decisions, with Rory McIlroy and Foxes fan and ex-Leicester striker Gary Lineker weighing in:





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