Real Madrid clinched the Spanish Super Cup on Sunday, beating rivals Atletico Madrid on penalties.
The game itself was a first for Spanish football - a Super Cup final between neither La Liga champions or the winners of the Copa del Rey.
This year's cup was instead a tournament that did feature the respective champions - Barcelona and Valencia - but also Real and Atletico.
And as luck would have it, both the non-champions came through their semi-finals to compete for the trophy.
Which is, of course, slightly ridiculous.
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Still, this was a Madrid derby for a trophy and both teams wanted a win badly.
Neither could find the breakthrough, though - but Atletico will feel they should have done.
Because deep into extra-time - the 115th minute, to be precise - Atleti broke from a corner and Alvaro Morata was clean through on goal.
But just before he got into the area, Federico Valverde scythed him down and all Atletico got for their break-away was a free-kick.
Valverde, deservedly, got a straight red card.
You can check out the incident below:
It proved to be a game-saving moment as the game eventually went through to penalties and, inevitably, Real came through 4-1 to take home the trophy.
But in the end, it came down to that 'challenge' from Valverde - if he doesn't deliberately hack Morata down, Atletico win the cup.
Did he do the right thing?
Well, that entirely depends on who you backed for the win; Real fans will think it was brilliant, while Atletico fans will think it was massively unfair.
As for Valverde, he won a trophy - as well as the Man of the Match award for his troubles.News Now - Sport News