PR: Juventus Has The Most UEFA Red Cards At 28

Red cards are not uncommon in the Champions League, with some of the game’s most heated


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PR: Juventus Has The Most UEFA Red Cards At 28


 

Red cards are not uncommon in the Champions League, with some of the game’s most heated moments leading to dismissals. However, one team stands out when it comes to receiving red cards in Europe’s elite competition: Juventus. According to Safebettingsites.com, the Italian giants have been shown a record 28 red cards in Champions League history, four of which were given to Dutch-Surinamese former professional footballer and current coach Edgar Davids.

Edith Reads, the Safebettingsites analyst, said, “It is no surprise to see Juventus at the top of this list. They have always been known for their passion and commitment on the pitch, sometimes leading to over-enthusiasm and resulting in players being shown red cards. Davids, in particular, was notorious for his aggressive style of play which often saw him get into trouble with the referee.”

Reads continued, “What is perhaps more surprising is the number of red cards that have been shown in the Champions League overall. In a competition that is supposed to be the pinnacle of club football, you would expect players to exercise greater control and discipline. However, with the high stakes and intense pressure that comes with playing in the Champions League, it is not surprising that tempers can sometimes boil over.”

While Juventus may be clear at the top of the list, they are closely followed by Portuguese professional sports clubs FC Porto and Real Madrid, who have been shown 24 red cards. Other teams in the top five include Inter (23) and Bayern Munich (23). The full story and statistics can be found here: Juventus Has The Most UEFA Red Cards At 28

 


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