Ross County manager Derek Adams said he is baffled by the amount of stoppage time in his side's 1-1 draw with Celtic at Victoria Park.
The SPL champions scored an equaliser through Kris Commons after the end of the three minutes signalled.
County had led through Richard Brittain's free-kick opener.
"I don't know where the three minutes came from. There were only three substitutions in the game and no injuries in the second half," he said.
"I struggle to work out where three minutes came from, it should have been a minute and a half."
Adams said that the match officials had added time on for time-wasting by County players.
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Ross County manager Derek Adams
“I struggle to work out where three minutes came from, it should have been a minute and a half”
"I spoke to the fourth official at the time and because the ball went out of play and the ball didn't come back quick enough they said it was time-wasting.
"Well, I have to tell you, you're not allowed ball rotation in the Premier League, and I'm sorry, they just have to deal with that."
However, Adams praised his players after extending their unbeaten league run to 37 games.
"Overall, I thought it was a very good team performance.
"We can play, we can pass the ball and I thought that we were excellent today."