Haji Wright and Callum O’Hare risked their manager’s wrath by deciding who would take a key penalty.
Coventry were 1-0 down against Millwall and won a penalty to get back level.
However, Wright and O’Hare had a debate over who would win it and had to settle it with a game of rock, paper, scissors.
Wright won and duly converted the penalty before adding a second a few minutes later.
Luckily he did, as manager Mark Robins was reportedly furious with them.
After the match, Robins gave his opinion on rock, paper, scissors…
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He told talkSPORT: “I’m going to kill them – rock, paper, scissors to decide the penalty taker!
“Haji took penalties, Callum had one and scored his last one. Haji regularly takes penalties in Turkey, so I have no problem with that. It’s just the result, you want it to be decisive action.
“Luckily he was clear in his brain once he came clean about it, but I will discuss it with them.”
Wright was prolific in the Turkish Super Lig with Antalyaspor before moving to the Championship side last summer.
Robins’ side are looking to return to the play-offs this season after suffering finals heartbreak last year.
They currently sit in sixth place and are clinging to the final play-off spot on goal difference.