Casemiro gave the referee a ‘nice and easy job’ as the Manchester United star racks up the tenth yellow card this season
Casemiro picked up his tenth yellow card of the season on a truly shoddy night for Manchester United.
Manchester United lost 3-0 at Sevilla, as they conceded early in both halves with a calamitous defense at fault for the first of the LaLiga side’s goals.
After the second goal punch, Casemiro tripped Nemanja Gudelj after he stretched a leg to keep him from smashing on the counter.
The Brazilian was visibly annoyed as he put his hands to his face as the referee took out his yellow card to reserve him for the challenge.
This reaction was likely caused by the midfielder knowing he would miss the Europa League semi-final, although it quickly proved academic with Youssef En-Nesyri putting the Spanish side ahead 3- 0 and going through 5-2 on aggregate.
talkSPORT commentator Joe Proudfoot said live from Sevilla: “He gave the referee a nice, easy job there to give him a yellow card.”
The Brazilian has received ten yellow cards this season as well as two consecutive reds in two Premier League appearances, earning him a three-game and then a four-game ban.
En-Nesyri put Sevilla ahead on the night capitalizing on terrible defense from David de Gea and Harry Maguire, while the former Nottingham Forest man made it 2-0 early in the second half .
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