Former Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth appeared to suggest one of the Watford players was a ‘cry baby’ following the Hoops’ 1-0 win over the Hornets.

Tim Iroegbunam’s goal on 15 minutes gave the 49-year-old his first win in his third game in charge of the West London side, following his departure from the Chairboys nearly three weeks ago.

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At the end of the contest, Ainsworth was seen shaking hands with the visibly disappointed Watford players, before having a brief skirmish with the ex-Southampton defender, Wesley Hoedt.

Hoedt declined to shake the manager’s hand before shoving him away.

Ainsworth, taken back by the response, put his hands to eyes to indicate that Hoedt was a ‘cry baby’ as Watford lost for the second time in three matches.

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It was also Chris Wilder’s first game in charge following the sacking of Slaven Bilic during the week.

Speaking on the incident, Ainsworth said: "He didn’t want to shake my hand because he’s come to Loftus Road expecting to win the game I think.”