Paris Saint-Germain booked their place in the final of the Coupe de la Ligue - or French League Cup - on Wednesday night.
They brushed aside Stade Reims in the semi-final, winning 3-0 thanks to Marquinhos, Tanguy Kouassi and an own goal.
But three goals clearly weren't enough for PSG striker Kylian Mbappe, who had the ball in the net again in the 89th minute.
His effort didn't count though, as the Frenchman blatantly slapped the ball into the goal with his hand.
Thankfully, the referee wasn't fooled and booked Mbappe straight away.
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Did he really think he'd get away with that? They certainly didn't need VAR to review that one!
After the game, Mbappe took to Twitter and reacted to the moment.
He quote-tweeted a video of his handball posted three laughing faces:
At least you entertained yourself, Kylian.
Of course, we can all have a laugh about his handball because in this instance it was harmless. PSG were 3-0 up and cruising into the cup final.
It does remind us a little bit about Thierry Henry's actions against Ireland 10 years ago - but the less said about that handball the better.
While Mbappe will be playing in another final for PSG in April, rumours continue to swirl about his future.
Many are tipping the youngster to move on from Paris very soon, with Liverpool and Real Madrid two popular destinations.
Recently, the 21-year-old has added fuel to the fire by suggesting he wants to follow a career path similar to Cristiano Ronaldo.
"It's too late for me to carve out a career like Messi's, I would have had to stay at Monaco," Mbappe told La Gazzetta dello Sport, per GOAL.
"Without taking anything away from Messi, now I have to draw on Cristiano's career for inspiration.
"If you're French, obviously you would have grown up with [Zinedine] Zidane as your idol. After that, it was Cristiano."
He's not been very subtle in name dropping both Zidane and Ronaldo, so perhaps all signs are pointing towards Madrid?News Now - Sport News