Elliot Daly became only the fifth England player in history to be sent off, after he received a red card in England's 27-14 win over Argentina at Twickenham.
Here's a brief history of all five of those red card incidents.
Mike Burton, 1975
Second Test v Australia, Brisbane.
Dubbed the "Battle of Brisbane", this match started with a punch-up between both packs, and Mike Burton's game came to an end when he was dismissed in the fourth minute by local referee Rob Burnett, after a late tackle on Wallabies wing Doug Osborne.
Danny Grewcock, 1998
First Test v New Zealand, Dunedin.
On a tour where England had already lost 76-0 against Australia, Danny Grewcock was sent off for kicking All Blacks hooker Anton Oliver. He received a five-week ban, England lost 64-22, and also failed to win any of their remaining fixtures on the tour. Ouch.
Simon Shaw, 2004
Second Test v New Zealand, Auckland.
Simon Shaw saw red in this fixture against the All Blacks after kneeing Keith Robinson while he was on the ground.
England went into the game as reigning world champions, but with only 14 men they were brushed aside 36-12, with New Zealand winger Joe Rokocoko scoring a hat-trick of tries.
Lewis Moody, 2005
Autumn international v Samoa, Twickenham.
Moody became the first England player to be sent off at Twickenham by punching Leicester team-mate Alesana Tuilagi, and sparking a brawl following Tuilagi's late tackle on England wing Mark Cueto.
Moody was not the only man sent off - Tuilagi saw red as well.
Elliot Daly, 2016
Autumn international Test v Argentina, Twickenham.
Daly dangerously tackled Argentina's number eight, Leonardo Senatore, while he was still in the air after catching the ball.
The challenge was late, clumsy and dangerous, causing Senatore to land on his head. The referee correctly reached for the red card after consulting the TMO, and Daly left England, who still managed a 27-14 win, with 14 men.