Ep 484 of Naruto Shippuden. "Exploding people"

Kakashi says "good observation", but neither of them verbally say it. What did Sakura say without wording it?

Kakashi: Whoever did it, the genjutsu is unknown to us. It has to be the work of someone with extraordinary skill. So it will require someone with extraordinary Visual Jutsu powers.

Sakura: looks at Kakashi, startled

Kakashi : (noticing) Good observation.

Sakura : I didn't say anything. blush

Then she punches Naruto offscreen for asking about it.

Kakashi: We might not see anything, but a person with the Sharingan and Rinnegan might.

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  • @Pavan: If you were able to figure out the answer yourself, you're more than welcome to self-answer the question. Others might find it useful.
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  • So hear Sakura is thinking about Sasuke(because sharingan genjutsu is the best) hence the entire scenario plays out. Commented Jan 2, 2019 at 3:43

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Ep 484 happens after Naruto the last movie. Prelude to which Sasuke(Sakura's husband) goes away from the village to gather info on Kaguya and help others on his way. He's has been distant to his family, so Sakura is excited about him being back.

Because he's diligent about helping the village and he's the one with highest visual jutsu prowess, She knew he'd come to help. She's shy about reveling her excitement.

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