Luiz Adriano has been charged by UEFA with "violation of the principles of conduct" for his controversial goal for Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League this week.
The Brazilian left his own players red-faced by latching onto a team-mate's back pass, intended for the opposition goalkeeper.
It brought the Ukrainian side level after 26 minutes in a match they went on to win 5-2, giving holders Chelsea an uphill battle to qualify for the knockout stages.
Watch the hotly disputed goal, below, along with our selection of football's most controversial goals from over the years...
Nordsjaelland 2-5 SHAKHTAR DONETSK, November 20 2012
CHELSEA 2-1 Ipswich, September 26 1970
Alan Hudson's fearsome strike sealed the points in this First Division fixture, even though the midfielder's powerful shot didn't actually hit the target. He didn't score a goal like this again, that's for sure:
FRANCE 1-1 Ireland, November 18 2009
William Gallas nodded France into the World Cup finals with a point blank header in their play-off against Ireland, but only after Thierry Henry had devilishly controlled with his left hand before squaring the ball:
Liverpool 1-0 Chelsea, May 5 2005
Luis Garcia's fourth minute goal was enough to settle this Champions League semi-final second leg, firing Liverpool into their first European Cup final for 20 years. Video replays failed to confirm whether the ball had crossed the line:
ARSENAL 2-1 Sheffield United, February 13 1999
Overmars settled this FA Cup tie by latching onto an throw-in intended for Sheffield United's goalkeeper, who had kicked the ball out of play so a team-mate could receive treatment. Arsenal later offered to replay the fixture, which again finished 2-1 to the Gunners:
A ghost who supports Reading
Watford 2-2 READING, September 20 2008
Described by Stephen Hunt as “probably the worst decision I've ever witnessed in football,” despite being awarded to his own team. The ball wasn't close to the line - let alone close to crossing it – and to make matters worse, Aidy Boothroyd was sent to the stands for protesting.
NOTTINGHAM FOREST 1-0 Man City, March 3 1990
Crosby's controversial winner left Man City flirting with First Division relegation in 17th spot, though fortunately the Citizens finished the season five points above the drop zone and this cheeky header didn't matter:
ARGENTINA 2-1 England, June 22 1986
Forever known as the 'Hand of God' when Maradona blatantly palmed the ball past Peter Shilton to give Argentina a one goal lead over England in this World Cup quarter-final. To make matters worse, he jinxed past England's entire team a few minutes later to score another.
ENGLAND 4-2 West Germany, July 30 1966
In extra-time of the World Cup final, England's third goal – and Hurst's second – remains controversial to this very day, as arguments continue to rage about whether or not Hurst's effort crossed the line. We say it did, obviously:
SHEFFIELD UNITED 2-1 Man City, January 27 2008
A 20 year-old Joe Hart was left fuming in City's goal when Shelton prodded the ball past him after a deflection off a sky blue balloon distracted defender Michael Ball. United won the game 2-1:
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