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Hull boss Bruce accepts Leicester point

Hull City boss Steve Bruce had no complaints after the dismissal of Tom Huddlestone for their stalemate with Leicester City.

But he was indignant about two decisions that immediately preceded the midfielder's dismissal.

Both Alex Bruce and Michael Dawson were cautioned for what their manager took to be fair challenges, leaving the Tigers boss to question the conduct of the Leicester players.

"I've got no problem with Huddlestone's two yellow cards, but is every challenge now a yellow if you mis-time it?" he said.

"It got a bit angry towards the end, but for me the referee booked my two centre-backs for (fair) challenges.

"There's a raging debate about Chelsea in midweek and if we're not careful...I saw everyone surround Alex for a red card for his challenge.

"There wasn't a nasty challenge in the game yet we've had five yellow cards and a sending off. I never saw that coming.

"The reason we enjoy the Premier League is its honesty and integrity and if we're going to go down the route of every other league - jumping around and whinging and trying to get people yellow and red cards - for me that's not right."

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