I agree with TigerTedd. I don't see how Wilson deserved to get one yellow let alone the two that is being argued by some here. It's a pretty common occurrence for players to go down expecting contact but not receiving it. He didn't try to deceive the officials or anyone so that's clearly not a yellow. As for why the first yellow was given, I still haven't the faintest idea. He was kicked while he was down and got up and walked over to Morsy who then felt contact from Wilson's head when there was absolutely none... If Wilsons's getting a yellow in that scenario, it's for something he did surely? He can't have got a yellow for going upto Morsy? If that's the case, there'd be 20 yellows every match. If Morsy's been given a yellow for wrongfully asking the assistant to send Wilson off then how does Wilson get a yellow? Inconsistent and incompetent reffing in that incident clear as daylight. Following this, there was not a foul given to Derby for Morsy stomping all over Wilson in the first place.