Cardiff City midfielder Harry Arter was left gutted after his side picked up just one point in their goalless draw with Huddersfield Town.
Cardiff felt they were denied clear penalty calls when Philip Billing’s header hit Erik Durm’s arm and when Hoilett was brought down by Hadergjonaj, and referee Lee Mason overturned a penalty he awarded to Huddersfield Town in the 76th minute.
The game ended in a stalemate with Huddersfield stuck at the bottom of the table and Cardiff City just one point away from the relegation zone.
“We were disappointed,” Arter told the club’s website.
“But as a group and as a Club we have to take the positives from today.
“The commitment was there from everybody, and it puts us in good stead for the rest of the season.
“On paper, it looked like a game that we should win but as a team, we know that it would be as tough as any other game we’ve had this season, and that proved to be the way it went today.
“We proved against Leicester that whether we’re playing a team above us or around us we’ll put in a shift,” he said.
“We’ll put in 100%, and we always try to do what our manager asks of us.
“Our fans have been behind us all season, and they’ll know that our players give it their all, and will do for the rest of the season.”