Wimbledon manager is not a fan of West Ham united striker Javier Hernandez.
The Mexican striker, who is nicknamed Chicharito, is said to have dived in the game, which caused Rod McDonald to get a second yellow card.
Neal Ardley, the Wimbledon manager, was not impressed with Hernandez. The red card left his side with only ten men for most of the game.
Wimbledon lost the clash 3-1, which was a relief for West Ham.
"The sending-off is soft. For me it's a game changer and from that moment on the game was ruined," said Ardley to Sky Sports after the game.
"Was it a dive? For the contact there was, absolutely. It's not like a yank of the arm, it's an arm on an arm, and he wasn't getting the ball anyway.
"We make comments about stopping diving but you don't get anything if you don't dive. It's a big bugbear of mine but we have to get on with it."