Leicester City progressed to the Champions League quarter finals on Tuesday night, by virtue of a 2-0 comeback victory over Sevilla.
The win is arguably the Foxes' greatest achievement in their history, as they progress to a last eight that will also comprise the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus.
However, the match turned on one crucial moment, as Samir Nasri was dismissed for an off-the-ball incident involving Jamie Vardy.
Though television cameras were trained on the action on Leicester's right flank, replays showed that Nasri appeared to aim his head towards Vardy's leading the referee, despite Nasri's subsequent protests to the contrary, to issue the Frenchman with a second yellow card.
Watch the video below and decide for yourself if Nasri deserved to receive his marching orders, or if it was Vardy's theatrics that led to the former Arsenal man's sending off.
Leicester will find out their opponents for the quarter final on March 17.