Que feio, Hajradinovic! Ele se fez de louco, mas nós sabemos por que foi expulso. E o goleiro DO PRÓPRIO TIME também pic.twitter.com/8JQuXFwzqh
— Non Sense Football (@NSenseFootball) April 4, 2016
In a Norwegian Tippeligaen match between Haugesund and Stromsgodset, alliterative midfielder Haris Hajradinovic conceded a penalty, angering his goalkeeper, Per Kristian Bratveit. Well, Hajradinovic didn’t appreciate Bratveit’s criticism, so he shoved him away. And when Bratveit didn’t back down, Hajradinovic shoved him in the face. This earned him a red card.
Bratveit went on to save the ensuing penalty, but Haugesund still lost 2–0. According to the Guardian, this indiscriminate violence is becoming the club’s MO. They already have two red cards and 11 yellows in their first three matches this season. Sergio Ramos could fit in nicely with them.
This has been the Dirty Tackle of the Day: a chronicling of unfortunate events.