Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has described Kenedy's late penalty miss for Newcastle United in this afternoon's 0-0 draw as "poetic justice".
The Chelsea loanee capped off a poor individual display with a missed spot kick in the sixth minute of added time at the Cardiff City Stadium.
Kenedy is facing a retrospective ban after appearing to kick out at home debutant Victor Camarasa, but Newcastle were later reduced to 10 men as substitute Isaac Hayden saw red for scything down Josh Murphy from behind.
"Sometimes you don't get what you deserve. The lad Kenedy shouldn't have been on the pitch. It was straight red, but I never saw it," he told Sky Sports News.
"Regarding the penalty, Morrison's hand is outside the box and his body is inside. Regarding the penalty miss, I thought it was poetic justice.
"I've not seen Hayden's challenge on Murphy back yet. In all fairness to Craig Pawson I didn't see the kick out by Kenedy."