Huddersfield manager David Wagner was adamant that his side, and Stoke City, deserved a penalty in their draw in Tuesday's Premier League game.
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Speaking after game, Wagner said that he believed the Terriers should have had a penalty when Stoke's Joe Allen appeared to bring down Aaron Mooy in the box. But he also conceded that Stoke could have had a penalty themselves later when Mame Biram Diouf was tripped in their own penalty area.
According to Sky Sports, the the 46-year-old said that: "I have seen our situation in the video footage again. It is a clear penalty where the opponent didn't touch the ball, he only touched Aaron Mooy. It's a clear penalty when it was 1-1, so our opportunity to go in front. I think, from my position during the game, Stoke's penalty [appeal] was also a situation where they can get a penalty."
Despite that, Wagner was happy with his side's display in the game. He continued by saying that: "