Hungarian referee Viktor Kassai made a number of game-changing decisions in Tuesday's Champions League second leg clash between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.
Many of these decisions turned out to be incorrect ones, with the most memorable coming on the 84th minute as midfielder Arturo Vidal was wrongly dismissed from the game, effectively killing the tie.
Following this ludicrous decision, Kassai followed up by allowing two offside Real Madrid goals to stand and once again raised the question as to whether or not it is time for the game to see the much needed introduction of live video assistance.
Fans took to Kassai's Wikipedia page and edited the occupation section of his page which now read 'Other occupation: Printing sales, Real Madrid fan, Part of a mafia' as seen in the image to the left.
Fans have every right to question the decisions made in yesterday's Champions League fixture as many of them, if not all, were crucial match deciding decisions that unfortunately went against the away side nine times out of ten.
With the help of the officials, Real Madrid continue their run in the competition heading into the semi-finals where they could come up against the favourites, Juventus, with the potential of being the game of the season.
Below are the incidents in which resulted in Viktor Kassai coming under huge scrutiny:
The tackle that Arturo Vidal was dismissed for, despite cleanly winning the ball:
Real Madrid's first offside goal:
Real Madrid's second offside goal: