MK Dons striker Aaron Wilbraham was happy to get booked for the first time in his career against Exeter.
Wilbraham's grandmother Margaret died just 24 hours before the game and Wilbraham was booked for revealing a picture of the pair on his wedding day after he netted the match-winner.
He said: "I've never done it before for any other message but I'll take a booking to do that tribute for my Nana any day.
"I just had to make sure I wasn't on a yellow to start with.
"My dad died when I was younger so she basically brought me up.
"She bought me my first pair of football boots from a charity shop for £2.50 and I scored 101 goals in them playing as an under-12 for Middlewich Town. The gaffer said I could miss the game but I knew that she would have wanted me to play and score so I was made up."