Red Card Count Hits 12 As Brazilian Game Descends Into Brutal Anarchy (Video)

Chris Wright

12th, June 2012

6 Comments

By Chris Wright

Ah, the delights of the Brazilian lower leagues! Here we see footage from Votuporanguense’s game against Fernandopolis, which erupted into a stupid, high-kicking, slap-swinging melee after the Fernandopolis ‘keeper was sent-off for upending his opposing striker.

12, count ’em, twelve  red cards were shown during

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6 Comments

  1. QMario says:

    That, my friends, was entertainment.

  2. Paul McGuigan says:

    Angry Brazilians

  3. usrick says:

    Not exactly the beautiful game.

  4. Toz says:

    I thought five red cars per side forfeits the match? How the hell did he get up to twelve?

  5. jayjay says:

    Tbh if you look closley @0:14 if the Defender in the blue kit (Number 5) running in is going to stamp (spinelessly) on the striker who is on the floor competlely defenceless, then feel the wrath of teammates who have seen that….Hopefully it’ll teach lowlifes who think they can John Terry/Pepe stamp on people without thinking people will see, to stop doing that……If you’re gonna dish it out, expect to kop it.

  6. Roberto says:

    Tbh if you look closley @0:14 if the Defender in the blue kit (Number 5) running in is going to stamp (spinelessly) on the striker who is on the floor competlely defenceless, then feel the wrath of teammates who have seen that….Hopefully it’ll teach lowlifes who think they can John Terry/Pepe stamp on people without thinking people will see, to stop doing that……If you’re gonna dish it out, expect to kop it.

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