Tottenham beat Chelsea 1-0 in the first leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final at Wembley - but it wasn’t without its controversy.
Harry Kane scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot after he was brought down by Kepa Arrizabalaga.
But it came after he was flagged offside - a decision that was eventually overturned by VAR.
Referee Michael Oliver saw his assistant’s flag but allowed play to carry on. The outcome saw Kane go down in the box under the challenge of Kepa.
It was now time for VAR.
Firstly, was Kane offside?
VAR ruled that he wasn’t - although images have since emerged suggesting that he probably was.
But the second - and most important - decision was whether or not it was a penalty.
At first, it seemed a stonewall spot-kick.
However, after seeing one certain camera angle, fans are convinced Kane actually dived.
It shows the decision from behind and many football fans are pointing out that Kane clasped his feet together and dived over the top of Kepa.
DID HARRY KANE DIVE?
Take a look and check out the reaction from football fans:
After the match, Kane was asked what he thought of the controversy and he insisted that it was a “clear penalty.”
"I played to the whistle,” Kane said on Sky Sports.
“I ran through and it was a clear penalty. It was whether I was offside or not. I wasn't sure. VAR is there for a reason and I'm sure they've got it right."
Either way, Spurs' 1-0 victory over Chelsea in the first-leg has set up the semi-final perfectly.
Chelsea host the north Londoners in the second-leg on January 24 as they seek to win the first trophy in the English calendar.