Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang dived to win a penalty in the first-half and put Arsenal back in the FA Cup final against Chelsea.
That is the controversial opinion of ex-Blues striker Chris Sutton.
With the Gunners trailing 1-0, Aubameyang got the better of Cesar Azpilicueta and looked to be bearing down on goal after being put through.
However, the Arsenal captain went down in the box under pressure from his opposing skipper, with referee Anthony Taylor pointing to the spot.
The video assistant referee failed to overturn the decision, before Aubameyang turned the spot kick home in style.
That was wrong call though, according to Sutton, who believes that the Gabon forward went down too easily.
“I have to say Arsenal are very, very fortunate about the penalty award,” Sutton said on 5 Live. “I thought Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang dived.
“Did Aubameyang have to go down? There was not enough contact for him to fall like that.
“There is a little pull. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang knows what he is doing. There is the slightest contact. He has bought that penalty!”
Danny Murphy had a different opinion entirely though, warning Chelsea that they were playing a dangerous game with their defensive approach.
“It's the right decision... just. It was a great finish though and a great move from Arsenal,” Murphy said while on commentary for BBC One.
“If you are going to play a high line, with Arsenal's pace, you will have problems in behind. That was the fourth or fifth time they got in.
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“It's a great penalty. He is supremely confident and that's what you expect from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
“It's a fascinating game. Both sides are making chances and exposing weaknesses in the opposition.
“That was a really good pen!”