Tottenham Hotspur player, Eric Dier left the pitch in the second half to answer the call of nature in Tuesdays league cup victory against London rivals, Chelsea.
Dier was seen sprinting off the pitch and then, rather surprisingly, his coach Jose Mourinho chased after him down the tunnel.
Everyone was wondering what on earth was going on.
However, it soon became apparent that Dier simply needed a toilet break and soon emerged with Mourinho following behind him.
Dier was soon back on the pitch and he even played a role in helping Spurs equalise.
With just a few minutes remaining, he played a great ball out to Sergio Reguilon to set up Eric Lamela to force the tie into penalties.
Spurs went through 5-4 on penalties and Dier can be delighted he answered the call of nature.
Speaking after the game English defensive midfielder has however explained that when nature calls there’s nothing that can be done. The 26-year-old also dedicated his man of the match award to the toilet pit in an instagram post
His manager also had a laugh about it but was full of praise for the performance that his player put in after playing twice in 48 hours as Spurs deal with a congested fixture schedule.