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Linfield crashed to a controversial 2-0 defeat in Wednesday night's League Cup quarter-final against Crusaders at Seaview.
Paul Heatley and Gavin Whyte got the goals.
However, the main talking point was a bizarre second-half dismissal for Blues defender Mark Stafford following a 50-50 challenge with David Cushley.
Initially, the Crues player was sent off, but the referee Raymond Hetherington then reversed the decision after consulting an assistant and red-carded Stafford instead.
Here's Blues boss David Healy.
A game that will has been over shadowed by a totally embarrassing refereeing decision! pic.twitter.com/lrOQ7giuhF— Linfield FC (@OfficialBlues) November 15, 2017
Crues captain Colin Coates believes the officials got it right, eventually.
The Shore Road side has now won seven games on the bounce, reaching the last four of the League Cup, County Antrim Shield and Irn Bru Cup.
Manager Stephen Baxter.
GOAL!!!! Gavin Whyte makes it 2-0 pic.twitter.com/cJxb2PKD89— Crusaders FC (@CrusadersFC) November 15, 2017
In the other League Cup last eight ties -
Holders Ballymena had a 3-2 victory against Ards after extra-time at the Showgrounds, thanks to a stunning strike in the dying seconds from Tony Kane.
Never say that games at home to @ArdsFC1900 aren’t entertaining. Well done to our visitors who participated in a tight fought game.— Ballymena United FC (@BallymenaUnited) November 15, 2017
A Rory Donnelly goal gave Cliftonville a 1-0 win away to Carrick Rangers.
Full time here at the Loughshore Hotel Arena— Reds By The Minute ☘ (@RedsByTheMinute) November 15, 2017
Reds hold on that first half goal to move into the next round
Carrick Rangers 0 - 1 Cliftonville
And there was late drama at Stangmore Park as Dungannon beat visiting Ballyclare Comrades 2-1.
Adam McCart put the Championship side in front on 87 minutes, but Johnny Lafferty levelled it and Ryan Mayse grabbed a deflected winner for the Swifts in stoppage time.
Goal scorers @RyanMayseHBK and @BigJan11 - talk about leaving it late! Coming from 1-0 down to win 2-1. All within five minutes at the death. That's cup football. #BetMcLeanCup #Swifts 🏆💙👍🏼⚽️ pic.twitter.com/z6LHogL5qe— Dungannon Swifts (@DgnSwifts) November 15, 2017