HAYES & Yeading United boss Garry Haylock has accused Wrexham of showing a lack of respect to his side in the wake of their 2-0 victory at the Racecourse on Saturday.
Toby Little pounced twice early in the first half while the hosts had Lamine Sakho sent off in the second for a brutal head-butt on Esmond James.
Tensions were still high after the game and although delighted with the result Haylock was fuming with the attitude of Wrexham's players.
"I think they showed a lack of respect to us", he said today. "Teams don't like getting beaten by us, especially the bigger ones. I don't think they approached the game in the same way they would against Oxford."
Haylock admits the result might have been different had Wes Baynes converted Wrexham's best chance of the game early in the second half. However, he insists his side have played better this season and was annoyed they eased off the pressure following Sakho's moment of madness.
"It was shocking, as was some of the behaviour of their players", added Haylock of the game's flashpoint. "They should have had another player sent off for punching Danny Allen-Page from behind."
For more reaction see this week's Hayes Gazette.