Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Nuno saw his side continue their unbeaten streak by beating Burnley yesterday.

Nuno has told Match of the Day 2, which was broadcast on BBC One on 25th August, that he didn’t like Wolverhampton Wanderers fans chanting against VAR.

Wolves were awarded a penalty in the last minute of their match against Burnley, but the decision was reviewed.

During the checks, Wolves fans could be heart vociferously chanting against the technology.

But Nuno wants Wolves fans to support VAR, rather than be against it.

“I don’t want to listen to the stadium singing this song,” he said. “It’s not good for the atmosphere that we have. The referee has seen it, they have time to analyse it, we have to be supportive of that. It will take time to get used to VAR.”

Wolves eventually scored the penalty as they claimed a 1-1 draw with Burnley.

Raul Jimenez held his nerve to send Nick Pope the wrong way.

Wolves have now continued their unbeaten start to the campaign across all competitions.

Nuno’s side are next in action on Thursday evening when they take on Torino in the second-leg of their Europa League qualifying tie.

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