Scunthorpe United manager Mark Robins has said that he is "proud" of his players despite their FA Cup exit at the hands of Chelsea this afternoon.
"Having seen [the penalty shout] live it looked like it could have been, but watching it back again, it was nailed-on," Robins told reporters.
"So we're very disappointed with that, because you need the rub of the green and we didn't get it. We huffed and puffed and caused them one or two scares but ultimately Loftus-Cheek's got on the end of the cutback, got a decent contact on it and it's 2-0.
"But I'm proud of the lads. Most importantly now the game's over, dealing with the interest for us has been fantastic. The FA Cup always gives clubs spotlight and that's been handled this week really well."
Scunthorpe will now turn their focus back to League One, where they take on Blackpool at Bloomfield Road on Saturday.