Want to see one of the worst tackles in history? Champions League qualification has you covered...

F91 Dudelange's Bryan Melisse took out all of his frustration in the final minute of his side's Champions League qualifier

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The Luxembourgish side were 3-2 down on aggregate against Hungarians MOL Vidi, and seconds away from exiting the competition in the first qualifying round before Melisse's moment of madness.

In the fourth minute of added time, the Frenchman flew into a tackle and leapt high to dig his studs into poor Vidi midfielder Mate Patkai.

Once the 29-year-old was given his marching orders by Scottish referee Don Robertson, Melisse exchanged a few verbals with the Vidi bench before storming down the tunnel.

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Vidi's 2-1 victory on the night means they will now face Ludogorets – 9-0 winners over Northern Ireland's Crusaders – in the second round of qualifying, with the first leg on July 23.

Now that we've started to quench your blood-lusting thirst for horrific tackles, be sure to check out our list of all-time shockers here.

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