A player who receives two yellow cards in a single game is sent off and receives a red card. Handball: A red card indicates a disqualification of a player who has committed an offense such as unsportsmanlike conduct, serious foul play, or receiving a third two-minute suspension. Also Know, is a handball a yellow card?
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Denial of an obvious goal scoring opportunity is a red card - e.g. defender handling on the line etc. I'm sad enough that I just checked the rule: "denying the opposing team a goal or an obvious goal-scoring opportunity by deliberately handling the ball (except a goalkeeper within their penalty area)"
This is what FA does for straight red card . Denying obvious goal scoring opportunity - 1 match Offensive/insulting/abusive language or gestures - 2 matches Serious foul play/violent conduct/spitting at an opponent or any other person - 3 matches . Rooneys acttion falls in category of serious foul play, so a 3 game ban for him.
Straight red cards for dissent will result in a two-match ban, while dangerous tackles or violent conduct will result in a three-match ban which can be raised to four or more games in extreme cases.
With Liverpool winning 2-0 with 14 minutes left to play, the Reds were reduced to 10 men when goalkeeper Alisson Becker was shown a straight red card.
Dissent leading to a red card will generally earn a two-match ban, while violent conduct can be punished with a suspension for three games.
And if, by deliberately handling the ball outside his penalty area, the goalkeeper denies an obvious goal-scoring opportunity (DOGSO), he might be sent off (shown a red card). It’s worth noting that three years ago, football’s Laws of the Game re-defined what constitutes DOGSO. Previously, it had merited an automatic red card.
The goalkeeper has the same restrictions on handling the ball as any other player outside the penalty area. If the goalkeeper handles the ball inside their penalty area when not permitted to do so, an indirect free kick is awarded but there is no disciplinary sanction.
If a goalkeeper gets a red card, they must immediately leave the soccer field. They cannot return for the rest of the game, and the team cannot bring on a player to replace them. A goalie faces the same consequences as any other player if they get a red card.