Simon Grayson and Neil Warnock talk about Saturday's 0-0 draw between Blackpool and Crystal Palace.
Simon Grayson, Blackpool manager:
On the penalty shouts: 'When a player goes down your first reaction is it could be a penalty - so I'm delighted he didn't give it.
On dominating the game: 'Their keeper had more to do than ours. In the first half we were exceptional. We should have been more ruthless and clinical but you can't fault the effort of my players.
Our front two players caused them a lot of problems and at half-time we could have been two or three up.'
A decent stalemate: 'But credit to Palace, they came back after the break and you had to wonder how it ended 0-0.'
Neil Warnock, Palace manager:
On his sides penalty shouts: 'Unfortunately the referee hasn't got technology. In all fairness Scott Sinclair's feet are just too quick for him to see it.
The ref will recognise that when he sees it again. Both would have been given if they were outside the box.'
A decent stalemate: 'It was a decent 0-0. Both teams went for the win, but it wouldn't go in.'