The English Premier League (EPL) has broken the record for most yellow cards in a single day in 25 years.
“Players were handed 44 yellow cards in the Premier League today, the most in a single day in the league’s history,” soccer statistics company Opta reported on Sunday. This is the most yellow cards in a single day in the league’s history.”
It surpasses the previous record of 43 yellow cards on August 22, 1998, according to Opta.
Soccer outlet Goal.com added. The 13 yellow cards in Tottenham’s game against Sheffield United is a record for most yellow cards in a single match, according to the publication.
Tottenham had six players carded, including James Maddison and Yves Bissouma. Sheffield also had five yellow cards, with McBurnie being sent off for accumulating cautions. 메이저놀이터
The EPL has given referees more power over how the game is run this season. According to the rules, only one player can protest a referee’s decision. If two or more players approach the referee, they can be shown a yellow card for threatening behavior.
There is also a yellow card for having more than one member of the coaching staff, including the head coach, in the technical area (the area where the head coach gives operational instructions).