Russia 2018: Colombia’s Carlos Sanchez gets 1st red of the World Cup tournament
Colombia defender Carlos Sanchez Moreno has gotten the main red card of World Cup 2018 in Russia.
Carlos Sanchez was sent off in their Group H conflict against Japan on Tuesday, June 19 in the wake of taking care of the ball in the crate.
Slovenian official Damir Skomina flashed a straight red card for Carlos Sanchez after he hindered a Shinji Kagawa’s shot with his arms.
Kagawa ventured up to score the subsequent punishment to place Japan ahead of the pack. The game finished 2-1 for the Asians.
The red card was the speediest appeared at a World Cup game since Jose Alberto Batista was sent off only 54 seconds for Uruguay against Scotland in 1986.
At 32, Carlos Sanchez is playing in his third World Cup in the wake of speaking to Colombia at South 2010 and Brazil 2014.
The midfielder has played for any semblance of Elche, Aston Villa, Fiorentina and Espanyol.