A match in the German second division football league witnessed a strange case, as a red card was shown in the face of striker Junior Brumado, 30 minutes after he committed the violation that led to his expulsion, during the match that brought together his team Hansa Rostock against Schalke for the 16th round.
The long delay to implement the expulsion penalty came after play was stopped after player Bromado committed a foul that deserved expulsion, which he committed against Schalke player Belinde Idrizzi, especially since the stop came due to quarrels between fans in the stands, which required the two teams to return to the locker rooms.
As the two teams returned to the field, Bromado received a yellow card, before the assistant referee (VAR) intervened, which summoned referee Nicholas Vinter, who officiated the match, to cancel the yellow card and show the red card directly in the face of player Haas Rostock, after he hit the Schalke player Idrizzi with the elbow. In the face.
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