Steve Evans felt Mansfield Town might well have beaten Cambridge United had VAR been in use in League Two.
The Stags had to settle for a 0-0 draw after Danny Rose saw a goal ruled out for offside, although manager Evans was convinced it would have stood had there been a video assistant referee, as has been seen in higher level games recently.
“We should have won that,” said Evans. “First half there’s nothing in the game. We were unhappy with our performance.
“We were never under any pressure but we never put any pressure on Cambridge to be fair. We never really got control of the ball.
“I told them to step it up and for a period of 25 to 30 minutes in the second half we got balls in the final third, but the end product wasn’t good enough. That’s what let us down.h5">
“What’s also let us down is an assistant referee who called an offside wrong.
"Our analyst said it was close but when you go back in and look, it’s clearly onside.
“Danny wasn’t even level – he’s come from behind the defender. If we’d had VAR today, the goal would have stood.
“They are the big decisions we’re not getting and don’t tend to get. At that period we were so dominant and it was quite staggering.