FRONTMAN Callum Wilson labelled Ben Godfrey’s second-half dismissal a “bad challenge” and was pleased referee Paul Tierney came to the “right decision”.

The Cherries striker was the victim of a late lunge by the 22-year-old during his team’s 1-0 defeat at Carrow Road.

Referee Tierney initially awarded Godfrey a yellow card for the challenge, but having viewed the pitchside monitor, the official judged a red card was warranted following a VAR check.

It was the first time in Premier League history the official went to view the screen on the touchline to make a decision.

Giving his take on the incident, Wilson told the Daily Echo: “I’m fine. It was a bad challenge and it was nice that the referee finally got to the right decision.

“After showing a yellow card, I didn’t agree with it to be honest but then the people in the studio have probably helped him out as well and made him go and view the monitor.

“At the end of the day, he said he’s not seen it and given him yellow card. I think, if he hasn’t seen it, he’s got to make sure he does see it.”

Wilson added: “We could have got back in it. We didn’t make advantage of the man going off and having level players again.”