WIGAN boss Paul Cook felt his team should have been given a penalty minutes before Steve Cook's late leveller.

As substitute Ivan Toney rounded goalkeeper Artur Boruc, he appeared to be pushed to the ground by Adam Smith but referee Andy Madley gave nothing.

An incensed Wigan bench protested vociferously, resulting in assistant boss Leam Richardson being sent to the stands.

Latics boss Cook felt his side had unlucky not to get the chance to put the game to bed.

He said: "The penalty decision was a big decision in the game. If we had got that and converted the penalty, it would have been 3-1 but, unfortunately, the referee didn't give it.

"I haven't seen it back. For me, it was a simple decision. The lad went round the keeper and the keeper went to ground. It looked a penalty but there's no criticism from me towards the officials.

"It's a tough job refereeing and those split-second decisions are tough to make.

"I think Bournemouth's momentum and weight of pressure saw them equalise, probably fairly."