The Premier League Matchday five continued today as lots of entertaining and exciting football actions were witnessed in the competition by fans. The Joy that comes with winning was experienced by several teams in the competition as they did well in defeating their various premier league opponents today.
Two players were given a yellow card in the competition today for removing their shirts after scoring a goal in their various matches. The excitement and joy that comes with scoring an important goal for a club can't be explained as some players often show their happiness by taking off their shirts in order to pay a tribute to a loved one or just for excessive celebration.
This act isn't allowed in any of Europe's top five leagues as players who engage in such as often given a yellow card for violating the rules.
Mohammed Salah and Leon Bailey were both yellow-carded for removing their shirts as a means of celebration in the premier league today.
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