Former Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher has sympathised with the official who gave Wycombe's Jordan Ibe a yellow card.
Schoolboy Ibe marked his full debut by scoring Wanderers' equaliser during their 2-1 home defeat to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.
Following a fine shot into the top corner from just inside the area, the 15-year-old striker ran half the length of the pitch to go and celebrate the moment with his family in the stands. He was subsequently booked by referee Chris Sarginson.
Gallagher told Sky Sports News: "It's difficult because it is the right decision by law, but the wrong decision in human terms.
"This is where referees become the Aunt Sally of the game. I would think the referee thinks that this is the last thing he wants to do but he is absolutely powerless.
"He is 15 and he goes to celebrate with his family, and his manager even comes across. What I will say is that he (Ibe) has a great career ahead of him. He will be able to look back at this as say, 'I was a schoolboy and look what the referee did to me."'