Yellow and red cards at World Cup (3)

08:26, July 08, 2010      

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Yellow cards (229):

Netherlands (15):

Andre Ooijer, Arjen Robben, Nigel de Jong (2), Robin van Persie,

Gregory van der Wiel (2), Dirk Kuyt, Giovanni van Bronckhorst,

Rafael van der Vaart, Arjen Robben, Maarten Stekelenburg, Andre

Ooijer, John Heitinga, Khalid Boulahrouz

Chile (13):

Carlos Carmona (2), Matias Fernandez (2), Gary Medel (2),

Waldo Ponce (2), Humberto Suazo, Jorge Valdivia, Ismael

Fuentes, Arturo Vidal, Rodrigo Millar

Ghana (11):

Andre Ayew (2), Anthony Annan, Hans Sarpei, Isaac Vorsah, John

Mensah, John Pantsil, Jonathan Mensah (2), Lee Addy, Prince Tagoe

Slovakia (11):

Jan Durica, Jan Mucha, Peter Pekarik, Robert Vittek,

Stanislav Sestak, Vladimir Weiss, Zdeno Strba (2), Juraj

Kucka, Kamil Kopunek, Martin Skrtel

Mexico (9):

Efrain Juarez (2), Francisco Rodriguez, Gerardo Torrado, Guillermo

Franco, Hector Moreno, Israel Castro, Javier Hernandez, Rafael


Paraguay (9):

Antolin Alcaraz, Claudio Morel, Cristian Riveros, Enrique Vera,

Jonathan Santana, Roque Santa Cruz, Victor Caceres (3)

Slovenia (9):

Aleksander Radoslavljevic, Andrej Komac, Andraz Kirm, Bojan Jokic

(2), Bostjan Cesar, Marko Suler, Valter Birsa, Zlatko Dedic

US (9):

Carlos Bocanegra, DaMarcus Beasley, Jay DeMerit, Jozy Altidore,

Ricardo Clark, Robbie Findley (2), Steven Cherundolo (2)

Germany (8):

Arne Friedrich, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Cacau, Mesut Oezil,

Philipp Lahm, Sami Khedira, Thomas Mueller (2)

Serbia (8):

Aleksandar Kolarov, Branislav Ivanovic, Nemanja Vidic, Neven

Subotic, Nikola Zigic, Zdravko Kuzmanovic, Aleksandar Lukovic,

Milos Ninkovic

Portugal (8):

Hugo Almeida, Pedro Mendes, Cristiano Ronaldo, Fabio Coentrao,

Duda, Pepe, Tiago (2)

Switzerland (8):

Diego Benaglio, Hakan Yakin, Reto Ziegler, Stephane Grichting,

Tranquillo Barnetta, Gokhan Inler, Blaise Nkufo, Gelson


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