Samir Nasri’s latest return to England ended in disgrace with the former Manchester City star being sent off for an unnecessary second yellow card at Leicester.
Nasri had to be removed from the pitch by his team-mates after reacting angrily after seeing red following a clash with Jamie Vardy.
It was handbags of the highest order as Nasri turned after Vardy gave him a push for bumping into him.
Nasri lowered his head and Vardy reacted with the most theatrics as their heads came gently together.
The situation put Sevilla up against it.
They were trailing 2-0 in the match and 3-2 on aggregate and were going through a period of dominance as they threatened to force extra-time.
His absence didn’t hurt initially though, with Sevilla earning a penalty almost immediately.
However, Steven N’Zonzi’s attempt was limp and saved brilliantly by Kasper Schmeichel.
It was Nasri’s first red card since 2012.