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Keane unhappy over disallowed goal

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Sunderland boss Roy Keane was left bemoaning another costly officiating decision that robbed his side of what would have been their first Barclays Premier League away win of the season.

The Black Cats at least stopped a run of 10 consecutive away defeats in the top flight with their goalless draw with Derby at Pride Park, but it could have been so much more.

Michael Chopra was clearly onside when he slipped a through ball from Andy Reid beyond Derby keeper Roy Carroll, but his strike was disallowed and Keane said: "We should have won it. It was not a classic, but in terms of the chances then we had the best of those."

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