Manchester City sister-club and celebration pioneers Lech Poznan are on track to qualify for the last 32 of the competition, thanks to a 1-0 win over SC Braga.
The build up to the match was marred by a UEFA ruling that Poznan was to play the match in a reduced capacity stadium, due to insufficient stewarding amongst other breaches.
Which brings us to this:
To "ensure" that the stadium abided by the new conditions, Poznan ultras wore hi-vis stewards jackets, partly to make sure that everyone in the stadium was "safe", but mostly as a way to stick two fingers up at the powers-that-be.
That's the kind of wit and banter City fans can relate to, especially considering our Invisible-man-singing, banana-waving history.
Hopefully we get to play them again, and hopefully it's at Lansdowne Road. Come on you Poznan!