Football is a game of respect, and everyone should priorities good sportsmanship first. That is broadly speaking the slogan. Easier said than done. From Zinedine Zidane to Leo Messi, down are some of the changing days when the pitch was gone mad on by footballers.
1. Lionel Messi
Messi reacted angrily before attempting to grab him by the 29, after being faced with YangaMbiwa and seemed to push his mind. Lionel Messi is known to be nervous; however, the Argentine did go crazy. He was booked after the battle with Frenchman Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, which happened in the first half of the 3-0 triumph of Barca back in August 2015.
2. Douglas Costa
The second of insanity of costa began by him carrying Federico Di Francesco using a tackle that was bad out and came in stoppage time. As they rose to their toes,Then elbowed his opponent. Costa head-butted Di Francesco, out of selection before moving at him. The September video game should have been remembered for Cristiano Ronaldo, but celebrity Costa antics took the attention.
The 35-year-old’s hall of shame comprises kicking, stamping, punching, head-butting, referee harassing swearing. Pepe may be the form of player managers love to have within their side but despise coming against. Pepe is everything that is wrong with the game rolled up into one angry Portuguese defender. However, it has made him a winner.
4. Luis Suarez
While Suarez has ever been among the better players in the world during his career, he has already been the biggest celebrity of the sport. Inexplicably, during the 2014 World Cup, Luis Suarez little on the Giorgio Chiellini in a few of the very shocking episodes of Italy; making it his third supported biting episode.
5. Zinedine Zidane
It ended up being a headbutt no football fan will ever forget. After head-butting midfielder Marco Materazzi in the 27, at the 2006 World Cup Final, the greatest player Zinedine Zidane of France has been shown a red card.It had been, and Italy wound up dropping the match penalty kicks.