Should Hearts have had a penalty for James McPake's challenge?
The Hibernian defender brought down Scott Robinson in the area but went unpunished.
There were a host of debatable calls in the Edinburgh derby and Hearts had a shout for a penalty in the first half.
James McPake brought down Scott Robinson in the area as the home player chased down a through ball, only for the ball to break quickly to Andrew Driver.
Driver dragged his shot wide of Ben Williams' goal and referee Willie Collum didn't see fit to bring play back, although it isn't clear if he allowed an advantage or ruled McPake's challenge was legal.
Do you think Hearts should have had a penalty? Did McPake warrant punishment for his tackle? Or did the referee correctly apply advantage?