Both incidents happened during the third quarter, as the game began to become a more physical contest.
Hogan will come under fire for an off-the-ball incident involving defender Sam Rowe, as vision looks to show Hogan striking Rowe in the head.
— Rudi (@RudiEdsall) April 2, 2017
Just five minutes later, Lewis was also involved in another off-the-ball incident, this time with Patrick Cripps on the receiving end.
Matthew Wright kicked his third goal of the game to give the Blues the lead, and while the forward was celebrating, Lewis struck Cripps in the head with his left hand which saw the young midfielder hit the ground.
— AFL (@AFL) April 2, 2017
Are they in trouble?