Atletico: 10 Yellow Card and 2 Red Cards in One Game

Atletico: 10 Yellow Card and 2 Red Cards in One Game

Atletico: 10 Yellow Card and 2 Red Cards in One Game

Atletico: 10 Yellow Card and 2 Red Cards in One Game

Madrid – Removal of Atletico Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey, leaving an interesting note. Host Barcelona in the second leg at home, Los colchoneros get 10 yellow cards plus two red cards (!).

Face Barca at the Vicente Calderon on Thursday (29/01/2015) pm dawn, Atletico took the victory by a margin of two goals after losing 0-1 in the return leg I. Fernando Torres had brought them the upper hand after scoring a quick goal in the first minute.

But Barca then respond by Neymar eight minutes later. Penalties Raul Garcia had returned with the team made by Diego Simeone’s lead, but the Blaugrana then double back through Joao Miranda own goal and the second goal Neymar.

Reciprocal goal and the score was pretty tight describe fierce competition. Another indicator is the number of cards issued by referee Jesus Gil: a total of 12 cards for Atletico and three cards for Barca.

There are eight players who earned a yellow card Atletico, they are Raul Garcia, Gabi, Torres, Arda Turan, Mario Suarez, Guilherme Siqueira, Jose Gimenez, and Cani. Especially for Gabi and Suarez, both get three cards from the referee at the same time, the two yellow cards plus a red card that automatically follow.

While Barca camp, there were only three players were punished card by the referee. Javier Mascherano. Lionel Messi and Dani Alves each get a yellow card.

The card number is certainly quite astonishing in size of the game, especially received Atletico. But not outstanding enough to break a record 36 red cards in a five-game division Liga Argentina in March 2011 ago.

At that time, a fight that took place between Claypole and Victoriano Arenas led to chaos. All the players both in the field and on the bench until the coaches even managers clashed openly.

Referee Damian Rubino, who was leading the game in its report calls presented each player with a red card, plus 14 people who were a mixture of reserve players and the coaching staff.




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