Tyrone joint manager Feargal Logan has questioned some of the decisions made by referee David Gough in his sides three point defeat at the hands of Galway this evening.
The 2021 All-Ireland champions have now lost four consecutive championship games after falling short in their opening group stage game this season in Salthill.
Indiscipline proved particularly costly for 'The Red Hand' in the first half as half forward Frank Burns was sent off for a dangerous challenge on Jack Glynn.
Frank Burns with a red card after a shoulder to the head to Jack Glynn 🚨 pic.twitter.com/Tg6h28JhRV
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Goalkeeper Niall Morgan also got himself in trouble in the opening half, as Gough showed him a black card for dissent.
Peter Harte replaced him in goal as he watched on from the sideline.
Feargal Logan questions David Gough's decisions
Speaking to Dave McIntrye on GAAGO after the encounter Logan seemed to question some of the decisions, particularly Morgan's black card.
"We suffered hard in the first half with the various cards and it meant that it was going to sort of half ruin the game in terms of getting a full contest out there," he said.
"Peter Harte deserves to be applauded for going in and doing his duties in nets manfully. It's the ultimate sacrifice for Tyrone.
"I'm not sure if anything was said, (by Niall Morgan) there's some ambiguity about that."
Logan was also asked about the red card:
"Let's just give it the passage of some time here until we look at videos.
"Generally yellows are more common than reds obviously. It was a mistimed challenge but we'll look at it all in the fairness of the situation and see where it goes to."
Tyrone now turn their attention to their game against Armagh on June Bank Holiday weekend, while Galway will look to make it two wins from two when they play Westmeath in their next fixture.