St Johnstone and Hearts shared the points in their Scottish Premiership tie at McDiarmid Park on Thursday evening, with the match ending in a 2-2 draw.
The home side had been trailing since the 41st minute but eventually forced an equaliser in the 69th minute when defender Liam Gordon conjured up a penalty from thin air.
Indeed, Gordon was awarded a spot-kick when he fell to the ground in the rough proximity of Hearts counterpart Peter Haring, which was enough to convince referee Andrew Dallas to give his whistle a thweep…
WAS IT A PENALTY?
St Johnstone’s Liam Gordon falls to the turf next to Hearts’ Peter Haring and earns his side a penalty. pic.twitter.com/ITfDAwb9sm
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Atrocious. Honestly, we’re not even sure Gordon’s tumble is bad enough to constitute being classed as a deliberate dive either.
Just complete shite all round, really.