At the stroke of half-time, during Saturday's game between Stoke and Leicester - the scores levelled at 1-1, courtesy of goals from both Iborra and Shaqiri - fans were treating to an unexpected spectacle.
In one of the most unexpected changes of the season, referee Bobby Madley was forced off with a calf problem, ultimately being replaced by the fourth official, Jon Moss.
While Madley left the field, fans proceeded to add insult to injury by chanting, "You're not fit to wear the shirt", adding further to his humiliation.
It was, by and large, the highlight of the first 20 mins and will be a constant reminder that football is an extremely demanding sport for referees as well as players.
The game itself was not short of action itself as Vicente Iborra put the visitors ahead in the 33rd minute, after latching onto a loose ball from a corner.
The lead was short-lived as Shaqiri silenced the visiting fans six minutes later with an equaliser.
Mahrez gave the perfect response after halftime by again putting the Foxes up with a great piece of skill to freeze up Erik Pieters before placing the ball beyond Jack Butland.
However, the home side were not to be deprived of a point as late substitution Peter Crouch was able to head home a vintage goal to draw the two teams level with 17 minutes to play.
Despite a thriller at the Bet 365 Stadium, as expected, Twitter only remembered one highlight from the clash which was Bobby Madley being the first substitution of the game.