On Sunday, Carlton recorded an upset, 19-point win against Geelong in the AFL.
Throughout the game, Carlton targeted one of Geelong's star players, forward Steven Motlop.
The Carlton players managed to get inside Motlop's head, antagonising him and affecting his game.
At one point, such was Motlop's frustration, he lashed out at Carlton's Laois man Zach Tuohy.
While Motlop lay on the ground, with Tuohy standing over him, the Geelong player gave the 26-year-old from Portlaoise a serious dig in the nuts.
Steven Motlop cleared after vision showed he had not made forceful contact to Zach Tuohy's groin.
— Real Footy (AFL) (@agerealfooty) May 30, 2016
The incident went before the game's Match Review Panel, who deemed that the strike did not merit sufficient force to merit punishment.
Given that Tuohy appeared to bend over in pain and may have hit the ground, you would wonder how much force is required for disciplinary action to be taken.