AFC Portchester manager Glenn Bridgman felt robbed after his side suffered a 4-3 Wessex League premier division defeat to Christchurch at Wicor Mill.
‘We were denied a blatant penalty two minutes from time,’ said Bridgman.
‘Simon Woods was fouled at least three yards inside the area and all we got was a free-kick outside the box. It was shocking.
‘We deserved at least a point after coming from behind twice to lead 3-2 at half-time.
‘In the second half we dominated only to get caught twice on the counter-attack.
‘It was a great game for the neutrals.’
Fareham Town led twice but had to settle for a share of the points in a 2-2 draw at Hamworthy.
Bryn McKie gave the Reds a 32nd-minute lead only for the home side to hit back and level five minutes later.
Substitute Tom Winzar looked to have earned the Reds a win four minutes from time but the home side grabbed a last-minute equaliser.