Red Card First World Cup 2018 Exit at Game 15th

Red Card First World Cup 2018 Exit at Game 15thColombian national midfielder Carlos Sanchez became the first player to earn a red card in the 2018 World Cup.

Sanchez was sent off by the referee in a game against the Japanese national team at Arena Mordovia after stopping the ball deliberately using his hand, blocking the ball towards the goal.

Red card for Sanchez this happens very quickly that is when the new game lasted three minutes.
This incident stems from the Japanese attack into the penalty box of Colombia through Yuya Osako. The ball kick was driven Davidson Sanchez but the ball landed to the feet of Shinji Kagawa. The former Manchester United player then kicked at goal and the ball was then driven by Sanchez using his hand.

The referee then pointed to the white point. Kagawa who became a successful executioner breaking goalkeeper David Ospina and bring Japan winning 1-0. But in the 39th minute Juan Quintero equalized through a free kick.

The appearance of the first red card in the 2018 World Cup is quite old, which occurred in the 15th game.
Over the last 32 years, this is the highest number of games before the emergence of a red card, but could not break the record at the 1986 World Cup.

At that time, the first red card was issued in the 16th game.

In the 2014 World Cup then, a total of 10 players were sent off with seven of them straight red card.

In the 2010 World Cup, there were nine straight red cards and eight other expulsions for two yellow cards.

While at the World Cup in 2006 there are 28 times the expulsion with nine of them a straight red card.