Yellow and red cards at World Cup (4)

08:26, July 08, 2010      

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Uruguay (8):

Diego Lugano, Diego Perez, Egidio Arevalo, Jorge Fucile (2),

Martin Caceres, Mauricio Victorino, Maxi Pereira

Argentina (7):

Jonas Gutierrez (2), Gabriel Heinze, Javier Mascherano (2), Mario

Bolatti, Nicolas Otamendi

Australia (7):

Carl Valeri, Craig Moore (2), Lucas Neill, Brett Emerton, Luke

Wilkshire, Michael Beauchamp

Brazil (7):

Ramires (2), Felipe Melo, Juan, Luis Fabiano, Kaka, Michel Bastos

Honduras (7):

Wilson Palacios (2), Emilio Izaguirre, Danilo Turcios, Osman

Chavez, David Suazo, Hendry Thomas

Japan (7):

Yasuhito Endo, Yuki Abe, Yuto Nagatomo, Daisuke Matsui, Yuto

Natatomo, Keisuke Honda, Yasuhito Endo

Denmark (6):

Simon Kjaer (2), Thomas Sorensen, Christian Poulsen, Nicklas

Bendtner, Per Kroldrup

England (6):

James Milner, Jamie Carragher (2), Steven Gerrard,

Glen Johnson (2)

France (6):

Abou Diaby, Franck Ribery, Jaremy Toulalan (2), Patrice Evra, Eric


New Zealand (6):

Tony Lochhead, Winston Reid, Rory Fallon, Ryan Nelsen (2), Tommy


South Korea (6):

Lee Chung Yong, Ki Hun Yeom, Kim Nam Il, Cha Du Ri, Cho Yong

Hyung, Lee Chung Yong

Cameroon (5):

Nicolas Nkoulou (2), Stephane Mbia (2), Sebastien Bassong

Greece (5):

Vasilios Torosidis, Alexandros Tziolis, Georgios Samaras, Sokratis

Papastathopoulos, Konstantinos Katsouranis

Italy (5):

Fabio Cannavaro, Giorgio Chiellini, Mauro Camoranesi, Simone Pepe,

Fabio Quagliarella

Cote d'Ivoire (5):

Didier Zokora, Guy Demel, Kader Keita, Ismael Tiote, Siaka Tiene

Nigeria (5):

Atanda Ayila Yussuf, Chinedu Obasi (2), Lukman Haruna, Vincent


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