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Late in the Champions League quarter final, Bayern were applying on the pressure as they searched for a goal that would take them into the semi-finals of the competition.
Italian official Daniele Orsato bizarrely blew for a foul on the goalkeeper against Thomas Muller when he hadn't even put in a challenge.
Instead, Costa Rican No.1 Navas had knocked Leandro Paredes onto the floor as he tried to get a contact on the ball.
The man in the middle was conned into thinking Muller had committed the offence and called for a PSG free-kick that took off pressure as they defended their box.
Muller was quite rightly utterly furious and perplexed in equal measure as he tried to explain that he didn't do anything wrong.
Fans on Twitter echoed the German's disbelief over the decision:
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