FIFA's decision to use vanishing spray during the World Cup this year was a welcome one by many fans and players alike.
The spray, which is used to mark where players should stand for free-kicks, designation of 10 yards, and other times when play is restarted, helped to keep the game moving smoothly.
Not only did it help to prevent arguments between players and the referee, but it also helped to improve the flow of the game.
Given the positive reaction from both fans and players, it is likely that the vanishing spray will become a permanent fixture in football matches around the world.
915 FairPlay, the company that produces the spray, is already supplying it to the Premier League, and it is only a matter of time before other leagues follow suit.
Thanks to 915 FairPlay, we may be seeing a lot less arguments on the pitch in the future.