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Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Gerrard, England's oldest player The Referee Expelled

Black smudge marks career with England's Steven Gerrard when they drew Ukraine, Wednesday (12/9). The Three Lions skipper sent off from Turkey, Cuneyt Cakir.
Steven Gerrard menjadi pemain tertua yang diusir wasit kala membela timnas Inggris (Foto: Dok. Yahoo! Sports)
In the 54th minute, Gerrard received his first yellow card in the game. The red card came ahead of the game ended, the infraction against Denys Garmash.

Disappointed obviously felt by the 32-year midfielder. Because it was his first red card since defended Britain in 2000.

"It makes me upset because it was my red card for diving 98 match with England," she said in an interview after the game.

As reported by FIFA, Gerarrd became the oldest player sent off playing for England. When receiving a red card, Gerrard recorded aged 32 years 104 days and exceeded the previous record held by Sir Alf Ramsey.
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