Brazil Still Ahead As Far As Red Card Is Concerned In The World Cup

ALL-TIME RED CARD TABLES AS AT 2014 WORLD CUP

S/N NAMES OF COUNTRIES CASES
1. Brazil 11
2. Argentina 10
3. Uruguay 9
4. Cameroon, Italy 8
5. Netherlands, (West) Germany 7
6. Mexico, Czechoslovakia/Czech Rep, France, Portugal 6
7. Hungary, Yugoslavia/Serbia 5
8. United States, Australia, Croatia 4
9. Soviet Union/Russia, Denmark, Bulgaria, Sweden, England, Chile, Belgium 3
10. Bolivia, Paraguay, Turkey, South Korea, Algeria, South Africa, Honduras 2
11. Romania, Austria, Spain, Peru, UAE, Northern Ireland, Canada, Iraq, Scotland, Saudi Arabia, China, Senegal, Slovenia, Jamaica, Zaire, Ghana, Tunisia, Ukraine, Angola, Nigeria, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Greece. 1

 

  • Ricardo Kaka’s Red Card in the 2010 World Cup against Ivory Coast Is Brazil’s eleventh Red card in the History Of World Cup
  • Brazil Has received the highest number of red card in World Cup History and ironically they also lead in winning the highest number of World Cup titles
  • Costa Rica, Ecuador and Greece received their first ever Red Card in the 2014 World Cup
  • Cameroon is the only African country with the highest number of red card in the World Cup, they have a total of eight red cards alongside Italy.
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