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Here are a few examples from only World Cups for you to consider;
  • Chile v Italy, 1962
  • England v West Germany, 1966
  • West Germany v France, 1982
  • West Germany v Austria, 1982
  • Argentina v England, 1986
  • South Korea, full stop, 2002
  • Portugal v Netherlands, 2006
Show the video.
Firstly, did you watch the above one?
(Boca vs Bayern)
Can you describe it?
I want to know whether you watch it or not.
At least 7 red cards
could be awarded to Bayern.
 

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I watched it, I saw a few offside decisions that may have been wrong, a few hard fouls and a goal which may or may not have been legal. Most of that happens in any given football match anywhere in the world, even with VAR.

As for linking videos for you - why don't you visit YouTube yourself if you're interested?
 

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I watched it, I saw a few offside decisions that may have been wrong, a few hard fouls and a goal which may or may not have been legal. Most of that happens in any given football match anywhere in the world, even with VAR.

As for linking videos for you - why don't you visit YouTube yourself if you're interested?
If 1 - 2 red card incidents in a match,
considered normal.

A more than 7 incidents
that deserve red card
in a match
are abnormal.
 

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Here are a few examples from only World Cups for you to consider;
  • Chile v Italy, 1962
  • England v West Germany, 1966
  • West Germany v France, 1982
  • West Germany v Austria, 1982
  • Argentina v England, 1986
  • South Korea, full stop, 2002
  • Portugal v Netherlands, 2006
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