Yellow and red cards at 2010 World Cup

14:23, July 11, 2010      

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Following is the list of yellow and red cards at the 2010 World Cup after the third place playoff on Saturday (63 of 64 games):

Red cards (9)

Australia (2): Tim Cahill, Harry Kewell

Brazil (1): Felipe Melo

France (1): Yoann Gourcuff

Nigeria (1): Sani Kaita

Portugal (1): Ricardo Costa

South Africa (1): Itumeleng Khune

Switzerland (1): Valon Behrami

Uruguay (1): Luis Suarez

Yellow-red cards (7):

Algeria (2): Abdelkader Ghezzal, Antar Yahia

Brazil (1): Kaka

Chile (1): Marco Estrada

Germany (1): Miroslav Klose

Serbia (1): Aleksandar Lukovic

Uruguay (1): Nicolas Lodeiro

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