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Four or no foul? Ex-Premier League referee has his say on the Willy Boly-Martin Dubravka incident

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Ex-Premier League referee Mark Halsey says that Wolverhampton Wanders' late equaliser against Newcastle United was right to stand, adjudging there to be no foul on goalkeeper Martin Dubravka from Willy Boly.

But as Dubravka jumped so too alongside him did Wolves' Boly and in doing so his arm caught Dubravka in the face, unsighting him and causing him to miss the ball, allowing for the hosts to bag a dramatic late equaliser in the Premier League clash.



Newcastle supporters were angered as Dubravka jumped to collect a late cross from the hosts who were desperately looking for an equaliser after Isaac Hayden's earlier strike.



"Newcastle keeper Martin Dubravka never had the ball under his control and Wolves centre-back Boly had every right to go for it.

Ref Scott asked for a minimum of four minutes added and Boly scored on 94 minutes and 34 seconds.

But in giving his view on the Boly incident, Halsey also explained where the extra time came from.

Writing in the Sun, he said: "I felt Graham Scott made the correct call awarding Willy Boly’s injury-time goal.
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