Watch this goalkeeper earn a red card in the first 45 seconds
By Jeremy Binckes, Digital First Media
Posted: 07/30/2013 06:04:04 PM MDT
Watch this soccer goalkeeper earn a red card in the first 45 seconds
A goalkeeper in a Swedish second-division match was ejected from the game just 45 seconds in when he committed a handball.For those not familiar with the rules of soccer, a goalkeeper is allowed to use his hands, but only within the penalty area -- that would be the white line behind him.The keeper, Peter Abrahamsson, was sent off, his team had to play with only 10 players for the rest of the game, and his team predictably lost, 3-0.via Business ...
"Watch this soccer goalkeeper earn a red card in the first 45 seconds "
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