Translation of red card in Spanish:

red card

tarjeta roja, n.


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    tarjeta roja feminine
    • If that's a red card we might as well all enjoy a game of chess and forget football.
    • Later in the match, one of our players got a red card, hence we were down to ten men!
    • A harsh red card late in the game served only to leave a bitter taste in the mouth.
    • Italy and Portugal overcame tense games and red cards thanks largely to the veterans.
    • Three goals conceded and two red cards over the space of two minutes must equate to some sort of record surely?
    • During the early 1980s Rangers v Aberdeen games were peppered with red cards.
    • The defender found himself fortunate not to have been shown a red card as the referee merely cautioned him.
    • His red card in a crucial World Cup match against Argentina saw him become the most vilified man in England.
    • If players did not argue with the referee so much the amount of yellow and red cards would be cut drastically!
    • As we kicked off, I said something to the referee and was shown a red card, which carried a three-match ban.
    • Which match holds the record for the most red cards?
    • The right to appeal is a luxury all too frequently utilised on a variety of matters within football, from red cards to missed drugs tests.
    • In the space of five second-half minutes, Dundee United lost two players to straight red cards.
    • Television replays later showed that he was in fact fouled, and the red card was eventually rescinded.
    • He then put it back into his pocket, and walked to the sidelines and handed in his whistle and yellow and red cards and said the game was over.
    • There is no need to show the red card, which results in that player missing games for his side, as a result of an average foul.
    • Players are going down with the slightest contact and its hard to tell if they are hurt or acting, this makes it hard for the ref and at times players get red cards they shouldn't.
    • It's as futile as players complaining to referees after the fact about penalties and red cards.
    • A second string of players were fielded in fear of red cards, which would have affected the cup-final team.
    • A red card is then shown and the player has to leave the field, much to his or her humiliation.