This is the face of a man who can't quite believe what he just got away with.
With just over eight minutes remaining in Dublin and Fermanagh's All-Ireland quarter-final at Croke Park, the ball dropped into Stephen Cluxton's hands on his goal line.
Rather than allow the Dublin keeper to saunter out, Sean Quigley decided a more optimal position for Cluxton and the ball would be behind the goal line.
Half-hearted, arm chancing protests erupted from Fermanagh, not really expecting Padraig O'Sullivan to award a goal.
Following a consultation with his umpires however, that is exactly what the Kerry referee did.
Sean Quiglgey's laugh goes a long way towards telling how he felt about the incident.
Here's the goal.