Dundee manager Neil McCann felt his side lacked a spark in their 1-1 draw at Kilmarnock.
But he questioned whether Gordon Greer’s equaliser should have stood and whether Killie midfielder Calum Waters should have received more than a yellow card for a 60th-minute foul on Jack Hendry.
The Scotland defender’s effort cancelled out an early strike by Faissal El Bakhtaoui.
McCann said: “I thought Kris Boyd was all over the top of Cammy Kerr.
“Cammy was leaning back and clearly it’s a bit of a mismatch, but I thought his arms were up.
“There was a goal chalked off last week with Steven Anderson for virtually the same thing where he was climbing above Darren O’Dea, and I felt there was a case there for a foul.”
On Waters’ challenge, McCann said: “For me, it was like a car crash. He was going in at such a speed. I know you can say he mistimed it, but there was a clear split second when he knocked it past him and then the impact. It could have been a real serious one.”
Kilmarnock boss Lee McCulloch said: “I thought over the course of the game we were the better team, again just an individual mistake at the start of the match, which happens. If we want to try and play a certain way, these mistakes are going to happen.
“The biggest thing is how we react to it and we showed great character to react to the mistake.”