2-0 down on the night and 3-2 behind on aggregate in the second leg of their Champions League Round of 16 tie with Leicester City, Sevilla have been reduced to ten men, with Samir Nasri receiving his marching orders following an incident involving Jamie Vardy in the 75th minute.
The pair approached each other and words were exchanged, but when they went head-to-head, Vardy hit the deck suggesting that he had been butted. Nasri, who had already been booked earlier in the game, was shown a second yellow card, followed by a red.
You can watch a clip of the incident below…
Sevilla came into the game with a 2-1 lead from the first leg, however goals from Wes Morgan, in the 27th minute, and Marc Albrighton, in the 55th, have put the English champions back in the driving seat.
In the 80th minute, Sevilla were awarded a penalty but Kasper Schmeichel subsequently denied Steven N’Zonzi.
Update: Leicester City have held on to record a famous win and progress to the quarter-final stage.