Josh Windass has reacted to comments made by the Bournemouth manager Jason Tindall in the wake of his side’s defeat against Sheffield Wednesday.

Windass was adjudged to have been fouled by the Bournemouth defender Steve Cook, for penalty from which Barry Bannan scored the only goal of the game at Hillsborough on Tuesday.

The latter incident rubbed further salt in the Cherries’ wounds, with Cook shown a straight red card for his involvement in the incident, with the Owls forward having looked certain to score.

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But, as quoted by Yorkshire Live afterwards, Tindall described the decision as ‘very soft’.

And Windass, as you might have guessed, does not appear to agree with the 42-year-old’s assessment.

Windass, who had raced onto Bannan’s aerial pass and shown great composure to bring the ball under control and round the onrushing Asmir Begovic, was backed by a number of Wednesday supporters.

Garry Monk’s side held on to end Bournemouth’s season-long unbeaten run, despite having Kadeem Harris sent off for violent conduct in second-half stoppage time.

Monk later revealed that Wednesday will appeal the winger’s red card.

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