Here's what Che Adams told Garry Monk about THAT penalty appeal in Birmingham City's defeat to Middlesbrough
Che Adams insists there was contract on him for the unsuccessful penalty appeal that resulted in a booking.
Adams was Birmingham City's best player in the 2-1 home defeat to Middlesbrough but ended up with a yellow card as well as a booking.
The Blues striker later told boss Garry Monk that there had been contact on him by Boro defender Daniel Ayala.
But referee Graham Scott ruled that Ayala was not guilty of a trip and in fact Adams had dived.
“I didn’t see it," said Monk. "Che says he has had contact. That’s up to the ref to give. We will leave it with him.
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