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Rooney's red card

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Published on Jul 1, 2006

Rooney's red card

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Ashutosh Hegde
Not a red, rooney was fouled multiple times by ricardo carvalho , should have been a yellow. Retard ref and I am not even a England fan
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Flo Kunlin
"in England, we never do that" Best football joke ever !!!
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Jorge Costa
lmao Rooney smashed Carvalho's balls and the wise and honest commentators tell it's not a red card xD This video makes it look like Ronaldo used to bully Rooney xD
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Sock Hiddenunderarock
"England players never do that" "are we too honest?" What planet are you living on?!
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TheVibeDetective
Just watched this again after a few years. Ronaldo behaves like a ** but Rooney, just as I thought at the time, deserved the red. The ref might not have seen it, and did him for the shove on Ronaldo, which would have been pretty harsh, but he deliberately stamped on Carvalho's nuts, there's no other explanation for the way he moves his left leg. I hope Rooney plays well in Brazil, and can control his temper.
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elysium
What is Alan Shearer on about, shut up.
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Mike Chiropolos
First he was fouled then it was dangerous play by the "victim." Men come to play.  I'm with Rooney: "When the referee produced the red card I was amazed - gobsmacked." He added: "Obviously I'm bitterly disappointed to have been sent off in a World Cup finals match for England. "I remember the incident clearly and have seen it several times since on TV," Rooney said. "I am of the same opinion now as I was at the time that what happened didn't warrant a red card. If anything, I feel we should have had a free-kick for the fouls committed on me during the same incident. "If you ask any player - and indeed almost any fan - they will tell you that I am straight and honest in the way I play. "From what I've seen in the World Cup, most players would have gone to ground at the slightest contact but my only thought then was to keep possession for England." Rooney hailed his England team-mates, who fought valiantly to force extra-time and penalties despite being a man down. "I thought the England lads were awesome after I went off and the effort they put in was amazing," he said. "Truly if there was any justice England would now be preparing for a World Cup semi-final. Sadly, however, that is not to be in 2006."
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John Ali
1:15 Alan Shearer was told to shut up
Asalieri2
the English will never be objective about anything involving England. Rooney was very much deservedly sent off. These commentators are blinded by their patriotism.
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PersonalV
@AFCADaan9 ronaldo is just a sad guy with a lot of money.
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