Lyon captain Juninho will escape punishment by UEFA for his blatant dive in last Tuesday's Champions League defeat by Rangers because it did not materially affect the result.
With the Ibrox side winning 1-0 at the end of the first half, the Brazilian midfielder conned Norwegian referee Tom Henning Ovrebo when he dived as David Weir challenged him just outside the box.
Ovrebo then booked Weir who watched Juninho come within inches of levelling the match as his free-kick hit the underside of the crossbar.
The one downside to Rangers' 3-0 victory is the fact that Weir cannot appeal against his caution which could prove costly as the tournament progresses.
A UEFA spokesman told the club website: 'There will be no case according to a preliminary analysis by a Disciplinary Inspector.
'The player's action did not deteriorate the regularity of the match as it resulted in a yellow card, which cannot be protested against, as well as a free-kick.
'Only serious acts of deceiving the referee are prosecuted such as diving resulting in a penalty.'
This happened recently with the two-match suspension handed out to Hearts player Saulius Mikoliunas for his blatant dive to earn Lithuania a penalty - from which they scored - in the 3-1 Euro 2008 qualifying defeat by Scotland.