Dutch referee Serdar Gozubuyuk has called for the introduction of in-game video replays after missing a number of crucial incidents in the 1-1 Eredivisie draw between Ajax and Heerenveen on Friday evening.
The Amsterdam giants felt they should have been awarded a spot kick after Ramon Zomer handled the ball early in the first half, while they also called for a penalty after a foul on Christian Eriksen just inside the area.
Gozubuyuk failed to spot Zomer's handball, while he awarded Ajax a free kick for the foul on Eriksen rather than a penalty, and he believes video technology could have prevented the errors on the night.
"This seems pretty clear. I cannot see the incident properly because I'm looking at [Lasse] Schone's back," Gozubuyuk told Eredivisie Live after reviewing Zomer's handball.
"If it's up to me we would introduce video technology as soon as possible. That will prevent this kind of situation where I have to explain decisions that I could not see properly.
"We are all ready for the introduction of video technology. It's starting to become annoying to be criticised for decisions we have to take in a split second. Everybody else gets the chance to see an incident five or six times before judging."
Fifa will be using goal-line technology at this summer's Confederations Cup while the Premier League have signed a deal to implement Hawk-Eye systems, but the use of video replays during matches is unlikely to be introduced in the near future.