Red-card record for Premier League

02 November 2009 08:29
With Barry Ferguson also given his marching orders in Birmingham's draw with Manchester City on Sunday, the two-day total of nine was the highest for a decade.[LNB]Liverpool were the worst offenders, with Philipp Degen and Jamie Carragher both seeing red in their defeat at Fulham, while two other games also featured a pair of dismissals.[LNB]Everton's Diniyar Bilyaletdinov and Carlos Cuellar of Aston Villa received their marching orders within minutes of each other at the end of their 1-1 draw, with Sunderland's Kenwyne Jones and West Ham's Radoslav Kovac following suit at the Stadium of Light.[LNB]Geovanni's red card added to Hull's woes in their defeat at Burnley but Jlloyd Samuel can have no complaints about his dismissal for tripping Chelsea's Didier Drogba.[LNB][LNB]

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