Seven sent-off at mass Brazilian brawlThe Guardian #Search_JobsDecember 10, 2019
Seven players were sent-off after a ferocious brawl sparked by a goal celebration in a Brazilian match .
The fight held up play for a quarter of an hour at the end of Thursday night’s game between Brasil and Ulbra in the Rio Grande do Sul championship, one of the regional tournaments which kick-off the Brazilian season.
Brasil president Elder Lopes was also involved in the brawl.
Television pictures showed that trouble broke out when Rogerio Pereira scored the final goal in Ulbra’s 5-2 away win and went to celebrate in front of the Brasil supporters.
Several players were seen to kick or punch rivals from behind, then run off.
At one stage, Brasil president Lopes ran onto the field and was seen aiming a kick at a player.
Their early matches in the tournament were postponed and they have taken only three points from eight matches.
“We are already being penalised by what happened and we can’t afford to lose more players through injury or suspension.”
The referee sent off four players from Brasil and three from Ulbra.
Brawls often break out in Brazilian matches when players are offended by goal celebrations or believe that their opponents are trying to humiliate them with fancy tricks.
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