Michael Stewart has blasted Euro 2024 officials after denying Scotland a "stonewall penalty" against Hungary.

Huge appeals went up for a penalty after Stuart Armstrong went down in the box under challenge from Willie Orban.

The Scotland midfielder was adamant a spot-kick should have been awarded but referee Facundo Tello waved away protests.

A VAR check did not result in a pitchside review despite replays showing a clear connection from Orban on Armstrong inside the area.

Stewart was left furious over the decision as he slaughtered the "disgraceful decision".

On X, formerly Twitter, Stewart wrote: "An absolute disgraceful decision from the officials.

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"Too little being made about it, this could potentially knock us out the tournament and barely heard anything about a stonewall penalty denied."

He then added: "We haven’t been anywhere near good enough, Hungary have been incredibly poor as well.

"We’ve been denied a stonewall penalty and conceded a last minute goal Hungary barely deserved."