It wasn't exactly the most thrilling first half in Moscow this evening as Arsenal look to progress into the Europa League semi-final.
But an unfortunate involving Jack Wilshere was perhaps the most entertaining moment of the match so far.
In the 8th minute, Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi tried to get rid of the ball with a diving header but the clearance hit Wilshere straight in the face.
He was down for longer than you'd expect and the referee even stopped the game.
Wilshere received further treatment on the sideline and we all thought judging by his luck that he'll probably be ruled out of the World Cup because of his own teammate.
Luckily though, he soon returned to action after a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
This has to be the most Jack Wilshere moment ever and social media reacted as you'd expect to the incident.
Will this lad ever catch a break?
JACK WILSHERE JUST GOT KNOCKED OUT BY A FOOTBALL
- Fitzy (@DanFitzZ) April 12, 2018
Just take note, the play has been stopped, a physio has ran on and play has been stopped for 2 minutes because Jack Wilshere has been hit in the face with a football, a football...
- Tom (@tommyselwood69) April 12, 2018
That's @JackWilshere out for 5 months. Went down like @anthonyfjoshua hit him!
- Stuart (@lowerrous) April 12, 2018
Only Jack Wilshere could get injured by having the ball headed at his face
- Arun (@AGInjuryRehab) April 12, 2018
Jack Wilshere going off injured after getting hit from one of his own player's headers is possibly the most Arsenal of all Arsenal things ever
- Ben McKenna (@benmckenna) April 12, 2018
Breaking news coming from the @Arsenal camp, the ball in the face for @JackWilshere is rumoured to have knocked his tongue into place so will no longer hang out when he's running or trying to concentrate #EuropaLeague #arsenal pic.twitter.com/jr5gByo5S1
- Kevin (@kevinh0270) April 12, 2018
Did Jack Wilshere really just have the physio come on because he got hit in the face with the ball?! Ffs :tired_face::tired_face::tired_face:
- daniel cox (@danielstevencox) April 12, 2018
Just another day in the life of Jack Wilshere.
Let's hope he stays fit for this summer's World Cup.