Sergio Ramos is the player with the most red cards in Europe's top five leagues. He has received 26 red cards in 715 games, while Motta and Mexes received 16 red cards each in their football career. Three players have received 15 red cards in their football career, these players are Rool, Jeunechamp and Rodriguez.
Five players in the list received 14 red cards in their football career, these players includes Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Muntari, Marchena, Lopo and Pinzi. When you look at the list, you will notice that Italian players dominated the list. Five players received 13 red cards in the 21st century, these players are Matuzalem, Amorebieta, Ruano, Bonera and De Rossi.
Six players have received 12 red cards in the 21st century, these players are Biava, Mario Balotelli, Marquez, Ladesma, Cannavaro and Fransesco Totti. Eight players have received 11 red cards in the 21st century, these players are Cahuzac, Roncaglia, Luccin, Felipe, Ambrosini, Vieira Dani Alves and Cristiano Ronaldo. Who are surprised to see in the list?
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