Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is livid after a dubious refereeing decision at White Hart Lane cost his side a spot at the top of the English Premier League table.

Wolves were awarded a corner, despite replays showing the visitors had clearly had the last touch on the ball before it went out.

From the resulting set play Roger Johnson headed home they opening goal in the match, which finished as a one all draw.

Harry Redknapp says the official cost his side three valuable competition points.


He says when a referee makes a bad call like that, often a goal results from it.

Tottenham are now two points behind Manchester City and Manchester United.

City has a game in hand.

- Newstalk ZB