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Meet The Three Players That Have Been Shown A Red Card In EPL This Season

The 2021/22 Premier League season is getting more interesting with a surprise story of Arsenal football club at the bottom of the table after they could not win any of their three league matches and conceding 9 goals without scoring even one.

After 30 matches played, three players have been shown a red card because of a foul challenge against an opponent. These players are unlucky because it was never an intentional act, but the center referees must do their job once a player goes against the laws of the game.

They're other players who committed one infringement or the other, but they were lucky that the video assistant referee did not review the action for them to be cautioned for a foul challenge.

Here Are The Three Players That Have Received Red Card This Season.

1. West Ham United Vs Leicester City

The first red card of the season was issued to Ayoze Perez after a serious foul challenge against Pablo Fornals.

The Leicester city player stamped Pablo Fornals on his shin, the player intention was to collect the ball and move on with it, but he was unfortunate the tackle turned to be dangerous.

2. Manchester City Vs Arsenal

Granit Xhaka was red carded after a serious foul challenge against João Cancelo. The Arsenal midfielder was so aggressive on the Manchester city defender.

From the picture, the tackle on Cancelo was dangerous which could result in an injury. He stamped him on his ankle, but there was no Injury.

3. Liverpool Vs Chelsea

The third player to receive a red card was Reece James, the blues defender was sent off against Liverpool because he used his hands to divert the direction of the ball from entering a goalpost.

He mistakenly touched the ball with his hands, but VAR had no mercy on him as he was punished according to the laws of the game.

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