The pair came head to head over a misplace pass; although it was minor hangbags, boss Paul Warne played it down.
"Tayls is a heart-on-his-sleeve kind of guy and he was frustrated, It rears up. It shows he cares."
"It summed up a bad day at the office, The body language of my players wasn't what I wanted. You're entitled to go behind but you've got to stick together and go for it."
Warne didn't speak too much about his post match talk; "I'd like to keep it a little bit private, We'll come in on Monday and go through the clips, the good and the bad, and hopefully they will learn from it. Nobody can have any complaint if I don't play them next week."
"I'm not ripping them apart. What's the point? They're good kids. They want to do well. I want the lads to stay together.
"I've left the clipboard there with a pen. If they've got anything they want to say but not to my face then they can write it down and I'll read it all when I go back in."