Soccer can sometimes be a difficult sport. During the game, the players are often overly jealous and can hurt their opponents. Over the past few years, player discipline has been a hot topic. Off-field players may be lucky to receive a yellow card, but the goalkeeper's offense almost always results in an unwanted red card. Today we are going to look at some of them.
4. Pepe Reina - 4 red cards
One of the lesser-known goalkeepers at the time, Pepe Rayna, started his career in Barcelona in 2000 and is still active at the age of 37. He has proven his mettle throughout his career. The Spaniard also received four yellow cards. He is not a serious player, but a few dangerous temptations and suspicious activities have put him on our list.
3. Jussi Jaaskelainen-4 red cards
Josie Jaskelinen, 48, is the most capped player in Premier League history. Even the most cautious gatekeepers can still collect a few warnings in the same category after 17 years. All of Jaskelane's martial arts orders are straight red, with no mention of any second offense, which is surprising for the player in his position. Finland's most memorable season was 2001-02, when the Bolton Wanderers goalkeeper was sent off twice in the same season. The other two reds are from 2004-05 and 2010-11.
2. Oliver Khan - 4 red cards
Let's start with the name of a long and glorious story. Oliver Khan is a well-known name among football fans. The legendary goalkeeper has been named the Bundesliga's seven-time goalkeeper and won the FIFA FIFA World Cup in 2002. Unlike most goalkeepers who use their gloves to defend a goal, German mythology uses the glove to attack. During the 2000-01 season, Bayern Munich lost 2-3 to Hansa Rostoke. Bayer won a corner kick in the 90th minute and Khan headed in the opposite direction. Khan simply pushed the ball back into the net. Following this, the judge gave the priest a red card. It has 4 work cards
1. Jens Lehman - 7 red cards
The 'bad German boy' had a long and fruitful career, as well as a love affair with the Red Cards. There is no doubt that he was noticed everywhere, but his disciplinary record has been a topic of conversation, especially in his early years. He made history by becoming the first goalkeeper in the 2006 Champions League final. He scored 853 minutes without conceding a goal in the 2005/06 Champions League, but has the most red cards for any Borussia Dortmund player and the most red cards for a goalkeeper in the German Bundesliga.
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