Wayne Rooney has given his throughs on VAR in the Championship after Wycombe seemed to be on the wrong end of two key decisions.

After the game Wycombe boss, Gareth Ainsworth shared his frustrations over the standard of officiating as he said two moments in the game went “horrendously against” the Chairboys.

The first being Darryl Horgan’s offside goal that would have put the hosts 1-0 in front.

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Ainsworth also believed that Derby forward Colin Kazim-Richard who looked to be in an offside position was impeding Wycombe keeper Ryan Allsop for Derby's winner.

Rooney understood the irritations that the Premier League has the technology to make the keys decisions in-game but believes the Championship is better without the use of VAR.

The Derby manager said: “It’s frustrating obviously watching the Premier League games,”

“Some of the decisions are very frustrating through VAR and you don’t understand how they have come to that decision.”

“We haven’t got it in the Championship and, personally, I think it’s better without it even though you are frustrated at times after games.

“I think we have to rely on the referees to do the job the best they can,”

Bucks Free Press: Wayne Rooney and Gareth Ainsworth in discussion at Adams Park (PA Media)Wayne Rooney and Gareth Ainsworth in discussion at Adams Park (PA Media)

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Even though you don’t agree with some decisions, we have to let them do the job and respect their views on it.”

While the former Manchester United and England striker believes VAR can take away the emotion from the game.

He added: “It takes the emotion out of that moment.

“I remember some of the goals I scored and there are times when you feel you could be onside or offside and you take a glance over and see the linesman’s flag is down and you carry on with your celebration.

“I think now it’s ridiculous that players are waiting around for one minute, two minutes, waiting to see if the goal will stand.”