Jon Moss was born to referee.
The Premier League official took 12 minutes to stamp his authority all over the annual charity match for Unicef at Old Trafford when he made sure the letter of the law was perfectly adhered to when he sent off Ben Shephard for a second bookable offence - the first time it had ever happened in this game.
-- Soccer Aid (@socceraid) June 5, 2016
And to make sure everyone knew he was not messing around moments later he awarded a penalty to the Rest of the World team.
Twitter was not amused.
-- Miles Fletcher (@Miles_Fletcher) June 5, 2016
RED CARD IN SOCCER AID AHAHAHA
-- Dave (@OleOleUnited) June 5, 2016
Jon Moss, bloody hell. Has he told his kids there's no Father Christmas yet?
-- Matt Jones (@MattJFootball) June 5, 2016
Jon moss thinks it's UCL final
-- Cpt Jack Spacka (@DeanBell96) June 5, 2016
Moss had replaced former World Cup final referee Howard Webb with the score 0-0 at half-time.
Twelve minutes of Moss and the score was 2-1.
Jon Moss doing his absolute best to become the real story from this game.
-- Ninian Opinion (@NinianOpinion) June 5, 2016
There were even some boos from the crowd, although one guy did have his back.
A sending off is a sending off! Regardless of it being a charity game... Well done Jon Moss! #SoccerAid2016
-- Alexander Ford (@IamTrueFordy) June 5, 2016
And to be fair Shephard did clean out Edgar Davids in the first half, which prompted a pretty angry reaction from the former Holland midfielder.
But we suspect this guy might be right.