Luis Suarez found himself at the centre of another storm over diving on Sunday as Liverpool were frustrated by Stoke at Anfield.
Stoke boss Tony Pulis condemned a blatant dive by the Uruguayan striker towards the end of the 0-0 Premier League draw as "very, very disappointing".
The Stoke manager has previously called on the Football Association to ban players guilty of simulation, while Suarez himself has been accused by some of going down too easily.
Pulis said: "You have got Suarez falling over in the box second half which was really, really disappointing.
"I think that should be highlighted, as I have said before."
Pulis contrasted Suarez's dive with Glen Johnson's reaction to a strong Stoke challenge.
He added: "There was a challenge in the first half in front of us, Jon Walters and Glen Johnson both went up for a header, it was a proper old-fashioned challenge.
"Glen Johnson did absolutely fantastic, just bounced back up on got with the game, it was a proper, proper challenge.
"I went over to him and said 'well done, brilliant' - not only did he play exceptionally well but his behaviour was fabulous."
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insisted he had not seen the Suarez incident but defended his player.
Rodgers said: "I haven't seen the incident so I can't really comment on it but whatever Luis does there will always be a problem, whether it's media, referees or whatever.
"It gets brought up every week, it's something that is not new.
"I thought he was terrific today, some of his movement and combinations."
Rodgers admitted to being frustrated by the result but was full of praise for his players for standing up to a physical Stoke side - but he did not believe the visitors had been over-physical.
He added: "No - they are a bunch of big men who make it difficult for you and there is no right or wrong way to play football. What I was proud of is our young guys stood up to that.
"It was a physical game today but no complaints from us. I thought maybe the referee didn't see it that way and didn't give some decisions he should have done.
"I am obviously disappointed we didn't win the game but I thought the attitude and application of the players was terrific.
"As the game went on, we got into good areas but it was just that final touch, that final decision at the end of it didn't allow us to score.
"There were a lot of real positives from the game and our first clean sheet which is important.
"We had so much dominance, particularly second half, so I was pleased with how we kept going."
Rodgers pointed out that Liverpool's recent record at Anfield is nothing to shout about but that only time could turn it around.
He said: "This is a club that has won only two Premier League games at Anfield in this calendar year and it has been nearly a year since the club has won consecutive Premier League games so to still get the backing of the supporters with that type of record, there's not many clubs would give that.
"The players gave the club everything today, and there should be a big appreciation of the supporters.
"There were a lot of real positives and it was our first clean sheet of the season which is important."
Pulis insisted Stoke could have done even better after mistakes by Liverpool in the first half nearly gifted goals to Charlie Adam and Michael Kightly.
He said: "We are pleased, we have had three draws here in five years in the Premiership so we haven't done too bad.
"We just can't get that win that we would love. The first 20 to 25 minutes I thought we had the best chances and the best of the game and then they came into it and in the second half we had to defend resolutely.
"They worked their socks off, it's a good group, a very, very together group and we are pleased with the point."
Pulis confirmed that Michael Owen missed a return to Anfield after tweaking his groin on Saturday.