PETER O'MAHONY was sent off in Ireland's opening match of the 2021 Six Nations.
The flanker was shown red after a TMO review early in the first half.
Referee Wayne Barnes was left with no option but to send the Munster captain off – after he charged into a ruck with a swinging arm.
Wales' Tomos Francis found himself in an awkward position at a breakdown – leaning backwards and facing the Irish side.
O'Mahony charged in from distance but came in too high and caught Francis in the face.
Wayne Barnes originally ruled the clear-out as legal but after reviewing the footage after a TMO interjection – O'Mahony received his marching orders.
O'Mahony became the first ever Irish player to be sent off in the Six Nations.
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