Oct 25 2010 By Greg Burns
KEVIN Betsy insisted the decision to award a late penalty at Rotherham was the right decision.
The 32-year-old winger terrorised the Millers at the Don Valley Stadium on Saturday and was in the thick of some late drama.
After he went down under a tackle by Johnny Mullins, referee Peter Quinn pointed to the spot before consulting his linesman as he began to doubt his original decision.
But, after a chat, he pointed to the spot as Scott Rendell scored to hand Wycombe a 4-3 win.
It seemed harsh on Rotherham as Mullins appeared to get the ball first before taking out Betsy but the midfielder, who also scored his third goal of the season in the game, was adamant it was a penalty.
He said: "The three points were deserved. Their penalty was not a penalty. He knocked the ball away from me and I went to go for the loose ball and he clipped me so it was a definitely a penalty.
"As soon as the referee goes to talk to the linesman you think you are not going to get the penalty. But he knew it was a penalty straight away.
"He (Mullins) touched the ball first and then it went on and I got there first and he touched me."