2014 FIFA World Cup disciplinary record

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2014 FIFA World Cup disciplinary record
« on: July 08, 2014, 03:15:24 PM »
Disciplinary statistics:

•   Total number of yellow cards: 174
•   Average yellow cards per match: 2.95
•   Total number of red cards: 10
•   Average red cards per match: 0.17
•   First yellow card of the tournament: Neymar – Brazil against Croatia
•   First red card of the tournament: Maxi Pereira – Uruguay against Costa Rica
•   Fastest yellow card from kick off: 6 minutes – Haris Medunjanin – Bosnia and Herzegovina against Nigeria
•   Fastest yellow card after coming on as a substitute: 3 minutes – José Miguel Cubero – Costa Rica against Italy (introduced in the 68th minute)
•   Latest yellow card in a match without extra time: 90+4 minutes – João Moutinho – Portugal against Ghana
•   Latest yellow card in a match with extra time: 120+4 minutes – Ezequiel Garay – Argentina against Switzerland
•   Fastest dismissal from kick off: 37 minutes – Pepe – Portugal against Germany
•   Fastest dismissal of a substitute: 20 minutes – Ante Rebić – Croatia against Mexico
•   Latest dismissal in a match without extra time: 90+4 minutes – Maxi Pereira – Uruguay against Costa Rica
•   Least time difference between two yellow cards given to the same player: 11 minutes – Kostas Katsouranis – Greece against Japan (booked in the 27th minute)
•   Most yellow cards (team): 12 – Costa Rica
•   Most red cards (team): 1 – Belgium, Cameroon, Costa Rica, Croatia, Ecuador, Greece, Honduras, Italy, Portugal, Uruguay
•   Fewest yellow cards (team): 2 – Portugal
•   Most yellow cards (player): 2 – Toby Alderweireld, Paul Aguilar, Mario Balotelli, Yohan Cabaye, Tim Cahill, Óscar Duarte, Giancarlo González, Luiz Gustavo, Mile Jedinak, Kostas Katsouranis, Diego Lugano, Rafael Márquez, Eugenio Mena, Sulley Muntari, Wilson Palacios, Robin van Persie, Marcos Rojo, Francisco Silva, Thiago Silva, José Juan Vázquez, Didier Zokora
•   Most red cards (player): 1 – Steven Defour, Óscar Duarte, Kostas Katsouranis, Claudio Marchisio, Wilson Palacios, Pepe, Maxi Pereira, Ante Rebić, Alex Song, Antonio Valencia
•   Most yellow cards (match): 8 – Costa Rica vs Greece
•   Most red cards (match): 1 – Uruguay vs Costa Rica, France vs Honduras, Germany vs Portugal, Cameroon vs Croatia, Japan vs Greece, Croatia vs Mexico, Italy vs Uruguay, Ecuador vs France, South Korea vs Belgium, Costa Rica vs Greece
•   Fewest yellow cards (match): 1 – England vs Italy, Iran vs Nigeria, Switzerland vs France, Germany vs Ghana, United States vs Portugal, Honduras vs Switzerland, Ecuador vs France, France vs Nigeria
•   Most cards in one match: 1 red card, 8 yellow cards – Costa Rica vs Greece

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