Inverness manager Terry Butcher felt his team were harshly treated by referee Mike Tumilty in their Scottish Cup defeat against Celtic.
Butcher claimed Glenn Loovens should have been sent off for bringing down Richie Foran for the penalty which put Caley in front.
And he felt the free-kick that led to the Hoops` winner, for Stuart Duff's challenge on Emilio Izaguirre, was typical of the soft free-kicks given to the visitors.
Butcher said: "I'm sick for my players. I thought we deserved more than we got out of the game.
"There were a couple of decisions that have gone against us.
"There were a lot of fouls given against us through minimum contact, I felt."