BOTH Steve Evans and Karl Robinson were left unhappy about opposition strikers getting away with challenges which they felt deserved punishment.

Peterborough boss Evans intended to challenge referee Charles Breakspear over Oxford United striker Jamie Mackie after the 2-2 draw.

He said: “How Jamie Mackie has finished on the pitch, I’m gobsmacked.

“I’ll ask to see him and he’ll probably say no. I’ve got to be careful what I say about him, but the referee has been horrendous.

“We’ll see if the Football Association are going to charge me with that one, but have a look at the incidents.”

Mackie was booked in the first half for apparent persistent fouling, but Posh striker Ivan Toney was not carded – something which riled Robinson.

He said: “What infuriates me is I can guarantee they will say Jamie Mackie should have been sent off.

“But Ivan Toney led with his elbow after three minutes and he led with his elbow after three minutes of the second half and nothing was done about it.

“I’ve played against Steve many times and he’s had top strikers who have made life very difficult for the centre backs.

“Jamie probably gave him a taste of what some of his strikers have done to my centre backs over the years.”

Evans was also fuming about the way the U’s were allowed to twice equalise.

“We’re just throwing the points away,” he said.