In the aftermath of Portsmouth's FA Cup 2-0 victory at Bristol City, manager Tony Adams is keeping his thoughts to himself regarding the call for handball involving Peter Crouch.

The England international scored the opening goal in the 38th minute but appeared to handle the ball prior to the scoring act.

Adams said he wasn't sure what had happened and was loathe to get involved in such controversies.

"I didn't see it. It was a good counter-attack but apart from that...," Adams said.

"I don't get involved in controversy. I can't control these things because they are moments of luck and chance. I concentrate on working with the team and getting them organised."