Nicolas Jackson, a forward for Chelsea, had a forgettable minute after wasting a clear opportunity and having a score against Crystal Palace disallowed for offside.
Conor Gallagher laid a beautiful ball for Jackson, 22, to put him in on goal; all he had to do was beat the custodian.
To the jeers of the visiting supporters at Stamford Bridge, however, the striker missed the goal after attempting to chip Dean Henderson.
The former Villarreal star was set to experience much more agony only a minute later, if that wasn’t already terrible enough.
Thiago Silva produced an incredible cross, which Jackson skillfully tucked in with a beautiful finish.
However, VAR stepped in to chalk off his goal as it became apparent that his knee was millimetres offside.
Luckily for Jackson, Chelsea prevailed 2-1 thanks to a stoppage-time penalty from Noni Madueke, preventing bad luck from spreading to his colleagues.
Mauricio Pochettino’s team took the lead with early first-half goals from Mykhailo Mudryk and levelled the score shortly before halftime thanks to a cool finish from Michael Olise.
Chelsea, however, wins the three points and moves up to tenth place in the Premier League standings.
Palace, however, is only three points clear of the relegation zone.