Yellow and red cards at World Cup

2010-06-17 09:02

Itumeleng Khune’s red card in last night’s Bafana match against

Uruguay was the second issued since the 2010 Fifa World Cup kicked off last


Here follows a list of yellow and red cards issued in the 17 games

played thus far.

Red cards (2)

Tim Cahill (Australia)

Itumeleng Khune (South Africa)

Yellow-red cards


Abdelkader Ghezzal (Algeria)

Aleksandar Lukovic


Nicolas Lodeiro


Yellow cards




Diego Benaglio, Hakan Yakin, Reto Ziegler, Stephane Grichting

South Africa (4):

Kagisho Dikgacoi (2), Peter Masilela, Steven Pienaar

Australia (3):

Carl Valeri, Craig Moore, Lucas Neill

England (3):

James Milner, Jamie Carragher, Steven Gerrard

France (3):

Franck Ribery, Jaremy Toulalan, Patrice Evra

US (3):

Jay DeMerit, Robbie Findley, Steven Cherundolo

Chile (2):

Carlos Carmona, Matias Fernandez

Germany (2):

Cacau, Mesut Oezil

Ivory Coast (2):

Didier Zokora, Guy Demel

Ghana (2):

Isaac Vorsah, Prince Tagoe

Mexico (2):

Efraín Juarez, Gerardo Torrado

New Zealand (2):

Tony Lochhead, Winston Reid

Netherlands (2):

Nigel de Jong, Robin van Persie

Serbia (2):

Nikola Zigic, Zdravko Kuzmanovic

Slovenia (2):

Aleksander Radoslavljevic, Andrej Komac

Uruguay (2):

Diego Lugano, Mauricio Victorino

Algeria (1):

Hassan Yebda

Argentina (1):

Jonas Gutierrez

Brazil (1):


Denmark (1):

Simon Kjaer

Greece (1):

Vasilios Torosidis

Honduras (1):

Wilson Palacios

Italy (1):

Mauro Camoranesi

Japan (1):

Yuki Abe

Cameroon (1):

Nicolas Nkoulou

Nigeria (1):

Lukman Haruna

Paraguay (1):

Victor Caceres

Portugal (1):

Cristiano Ronaldo

Slovakia (1):

Zdeno Strba

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