Royal Antwerp were rightly enraged when this late penalty was inexplicably awarded to Geel, robbing the Belgian second division side of victory at the weekend.
Antwerp had led through the fantastic Kevin Thano strike that precedes the refereeing howler on this video.
That goal came with 20 minutes left, but in injury time their hard work was undone by a terrible error from referee Dieter van Esch.
While the Geel player lands inside the box, it is patently clear any foul occurs well outside. Even if the ref thought the second defender tripped the Geel forward, he too is clearly outside the penalty area.
Indeed, the Antwerp defender is stood about two yards from the edge of the penalty area, so unless he boasts legs of a shire horse it simply would not be possible for him to have tripped his opponent in the box.
Geel's Gideon Boateng converted the spot-kick, leaving Antwerp boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink - the former Chelsea striker - absolutely furious.
"It's not my style to groan, but the official's decision was simply ridiculous and cost us two points," Hasselbaink raged.
"I'm especially upset for the boys, because they have worked hard and were robbed."
ED will leave you to make your minds up by showing where contact was made below, but this is probably the worst call of the early season so far.