Craig Gordon insists Scott Arfield may've adopted Andrew Considine down the Pittodrie tunnel on Saturday.
The Hearts and former Celtic keeper believes the Rangers midfielder risked being sent off alongside his Aberdeen compatriot during the Ibrox aspect's 1-zero win.
Gordon could discuss with:
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Arfield used to be left floored via a crunching Considine problem for which the defender was proven a straight crimson by using ref Bobby Madden.
but Gordon reckons each gamers piled in two-footed for the "meaty" incident.
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He advised BBC Sportscene: "You take a look at Arfield leaping in with two ft as neatly there.
"It was relatively a meaty challenge from both players there.
"You have a look at that and i do not assume you can whinge about the crimson card.
"both gamers are in severe danger of going for crimson cards the way they've each went in for that.
"i don't think you might have any complaints whilst you see that again."
Dons boss Derek McInnes admits Considine gave Madden a call to make with the deal with.
And he had minimal complaint with the whistler's determination.
He said afterwards: “You generally receive quite a lot of pink cards in the first couple of games of the season.
“Andy has raised his studs so that you’re all the time working the chance. I don’t suppose he has damage the boy.
“Is it a crimson card 10 or 15 games into the season? Who is aware of? but I don’t suppose we can complain an excessive amount of given the very fact he’s raised his studs."