Alex Morgan took aim at the officiating of the San Diego Wave’s 2-1 loss to the Kansas City Current on Saturday after sustaining an injury during the match.

The 34-year-old striker posted a video from the match, which showed Stine Ballisager Pedersen tackling Morgan. In her post on X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter, Morgan questioned the lack of a call from the referees.

“In what world is this not a penalty and red card, or even foul? Completely reckless and the leg going in for the tackle doesn’t even get a ball when I cut her?” she wrote. “Just glad I saw her coming and didn’t plant on that leg or I’d 100% not be walking today.”

At the end of the match, Morgan limped off the field. San Diego head coach Casey Stoney did not have any updates on Morgan’s status in her postgame press conference.

It’s not the first time that either Morgan or San Diego coach Casey Stoney have criticized the lack of calls from the officials. Last October, Stoney called out the referees’ treatment of Morgan following the team’s 2-1 NWSL semifinal loss to the Portland Thorns.

“I think she took a lot of hits,” Stoney told reporters at the time. “She didn’t get a lot of protection. It felt like there was at times one team out there. It was the home team. That was disappointing because I think, like I said last week post match, player safety has to be the key performance indicator for the officials. I thought they lacked that tonight.”