There was a confusing incident during the latter stages of Swindon's victory over Accrington Stanley in League Two on Saturday.
Indeed, the referee administered a couple of quick-fire red cards that immediately made the live text updates from both clubs difficult to follow.
The fun began in the 84th minute, when Swindon midfielder James Dunne was dismissed for raising an arm to James Dunne, who plays in defence for Accrington.
84 - RED CARD! James Dunne shown a straight red for an altercation with a Accrington player.— Swindon Town FC (@Official_STFC) May 5, 2018
Accrington's Jimmy Dunne is also off after getting a second yellow
Accrington's Dunne was then shown a second yellow card for his...
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Jordan Clark scrambled home the winner in the 35th minute - his ninth goal of the campaign - as Stanley maintained their six-point gap over second placed Luton with one game left.
The Reds even missed a penalty with the usually reliable Billy Kee who, with 26 goals is the League Two's top scorer, seeing his spot kick saved.
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Billy Kee grabbed a late consolation goal for the visitors but it was not enough.
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Four days after clinching promotion to League One for the first time in their history, Stanley had too much for the Chairboys, who just about cling on to an automatic promotion place despite a dispiriting defeat.
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