Derby County boss Paul Warne admits that both of his team's goals against Reading were 'fortuitous' in their 2-1 victory at Pride Park.

Dominating play for the most part, a wasteful Rams side certainly got the rub of the green from referee Craig Breakspear with a dubious offside goal, controversial red card for Andy Yiadom and questionable penalty award.

Ruben Selles was clear in his view, believing his side were hard done by, and Warne confirmed that his team were on the right side of referee calls.

"I thought we were in complete control for the first-half, did well and created really good chances," he told RamsTV. "Sibs had a really good one, as did Dwight and Tom. I thought we looked pretty good. We went full press and sometimes you get picked off, but when we did get picked off and it went to Wingy they went long so it wasn’t a massive concern.

"In fairness to Reading, I don’t enjoy playing this team because I think they’re really athletic and young, they keep going and run off shoulders and it caused us a problem. As the second half went on I still thought we were in control."

Touching more on the referee, Warne added: "I think we created more than enough chances to win the game, but I do believe that both of our goals are on the side of fortuitous. We did create enough to win and in those games, it isn’t about critiquing it, it’s about winning and onto the next one."