Tottenham Hotspur played out a bore 0-0 draw with the Clarets on Sunday afternoon.
Above is the picture of a man looking at his watch. Normally, that's no big deal.
On this occasion, however, it is an action everyone watching Tottenham draw 0-0 with Burnley could relate to. So bad and boring was the Premier League match, in fact, that the image sums up the whole game - and looking at boss Mauricio Pochettino view the time would have been more interesting than watching the clash itself!
There were positives for Spurs, of course: a first clean sheet in 12 games, Michel Vorm standing in ably for Hugo Lloris in keeping that clean sheet and Harry Kane captaining the side for the first time.
Little, though, was there to celebrate for Pochettino and co as the top four slipped further away from the north London side's grasp.
A point will surely do for Burnley against top-half opposition and Sean Dyche will have his players firmly believing in their chances of staying up. They too, however, deserve their fair share of blame for this snoozefest of a football match.
It's been said often enough already - but it really was a dire affair. Here, though, are the best pictures from the Tottenham - Burnley draw. Looking through them is guaranteed to be a better process than watching the actual game; enjoy!