As the clock ticked into the final minute of play with Scotland two points ahead, it looked like a massive scalp was about to be taken in the Rugby World Cup quarter final, sending Australia crashing out.
The camera panned to former Leinster coach Michael Cheika who had successfully navigated Australia through a very tough group as winners, and those watching saw a man who had begun to realise what was happening.
Cheika's face understandably expressed pure fear:
He's almost in tears, and understandably so. Luckily for Cheika and all of Australia, Craig Joubert handed them a lifeline, which they took.
Australia will be looking to write that performance off and get back to their best, but you can see on Michael Cheika's face that he won't forget that feeling.