Real Madrid have suffered a double blow ahead of the Champions League round of 16 second leg with Paris Saint-Germain.
Thibaut Courtois’ penalty save against Lionel Messi seemed to point towards Real Madrid leaving Paris without a deficit.
But they lost the game with less than a minute remaining in stoppage time after a superb Kylian Mbappe solo goal.
And already with an uphill battle, Real Madrid will now have two pivotal players out for the return leg in Madrid on March 9.
That takes them to the yellow card limit for the competition, and they will serve a one-match suspension in the return leg.
Both absences will be sorely felt by Carlo Ancelotti and his men, and it will be no easy task to replace them.
Eduardo Camavinga is likely to start in the midfield pivot, while Nacho Fernandez could come into defence, with David Alaba potentially playing out on the left.
Far from ideal ahead of a decisive clash with what is clearly a dangerous PSG outfit, and one with a lead already established.