Fulham manager Martin Jol says he has no complaints about the goal that never was for Fulham today - because neither he nor Pavel Pogrebnyak thought the ball the striker struck against the crossbar crossed the line.
Replays suggested the Russian's three yard shot - which came not long after his equaliser in the 2-1 win against Wigan - went over the goal-line.
But there was no appeal from Pogrebnyak, who was more anguished by his miss than full of conviction it had gone over. He certainly did not appeal to ref Lee Mason and a well placed linesman did not raise his flag.
The incident comes just days after the controversial moment at Wembley when Juan Mata was awarded a goal for Chelsea in their FA Cup semi-final when the ball clearly did not cross the line - and it will add more fuel to the goal-line technology debate.
"It was a goal," said the Fulham boss. "I didn't think it was at first. I asked Pav and he said it wasn't over the line. But then my video man said that it was.
"Maybe the cameras from the BBC or Sky are different, but from what I saw from my video man, it was behind the line.
"We were in Geneva with a lot of coaches and we listened to Michel Platini [the Uefa president] and he said it's a game of human beings, so everyone makes mistakes.
"You think how many times it would happen in a season - maybe four or five time - and then everybody agreed to leave it like that two years ago.
"But in hindsight you think probably about all the situations that could have been goals but never were. It's a sort of endless discussion."