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2002 FIFA World Cup disciplinary record

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In the 2002 FIFA World Cup the main disciplinary action taken against players came in the form of red and yellow cards. Any player picking up a red card is automatically banned for his country's next game (if it is a serious offense FIFA may extend this ban to a number of games). Players also receive a one-game ban if they pick up two yellow cards within the group stage or within the knockout stage.

Disciplinary statistics[edit]

  • Total number of yellow cards: 272
  • Average yellow cards per match: 4.25
  • Total number of red cards: 17
  • Average red cards per match: 0.27
  • First yellow card of the tournament:
    Emmanuel Petit for France against Senegal
  • First red card of the tournament:
    Boris Živković for Croatia against Mexico
  • Fastest yellow card from kick off: 2 minutes
    Henri Camara for Senegal against Uruguay, Jesús Arellano for Mexico against Italy
  • Fastest yellow card after coming on as a substitute: 3 minutes
    Alberto García Aspe for Mexico against United States - MS (introduced in the 78th minute)
  • Latest yellow card in a match without extra time: 90+4 minutes
    Pape Thiaw for Senegal against Sweden
  • Latest yellow card in a match with extra time: 115 minutes
    Choi Jin-cheul for South Korea against Italy
  • Fastest dismissal from kick off: 22nd minute
    Carlos Paredes for Paraguay against Slovenia
  • Fastest dismissal of a substitute: 12 minutes
    Shao Jiayi for China against Turkey (introduced in the 46th minute)
  • Latest dismissal in a match without extra time: 90+4 minutes
    Hakan Ünsal for Turkey against Brazil
  • Latest dismissal in a match with extra time: 103 minutes
    Francesco Totti for Italy against South Korea
  • Shortest time difference between two yellow cards given to the same player: 3 minutes
    Carsten Ramelow for Germany against Cameroon (booked in the 37th minute and again in the 40th minute)
  • Most yellow cards (team): 19
    Turkey
  • Most red cards (team): 2
    Paraguay, Portugal, Turkey
  • Fewest yellow cards (team): 2
    Nigeria
  • Most yellow cards (player): 3
    Michael Ballack, Emre Belözoğlu, Beto, Tugay Kerimoğlu, Francesco Totti
  • Most red cards (player): 1
    Roberto Acuña, Beto, Claudio Caniggia, Nastja Čeh, Salif Diao, Thierry Henry, Rafael Márquez, Alpay Özalan, Carlos Paredes, João Pinto, Carsten Ramelow, Ronaldinho, Shao Jiayi, Patrick Suffo, Francesco Totti, Hakan Ünsal, Boris Živković
  • Most yellow cards (match): 16
    Cameroon vs Germany
  • Most red cards (match): 2
    Brazil vs Turkey, Cameroon vs Germany, Slovenia vs Paraguay, Portugal vs South Korea
  • Fewest yellow cards (match): 0
    Croatia vs Mexico, Germany vs Republic of Ireland, Nigeria vs England
  • Most cards in one match: 16 yellow cards and 2 red cards
    Cameroon vs Germany

Sanctions[edit]

By referee[edit]

Referee Matches Red card.svg Red Yellow card.svg Yellow Red Cards
Mexico Felipe Ramos Rizo 3 4 13 3 straight reds
1 second yellow
Colombia Oscar Ruíz 3 1 14 1 straight red
Kuwait Saad Mane 3 0 10
Italy Pierluigi Collina 3 0 9
Egypt Gamal Al-Ghandour 3 0 8
Denmark Kim Milton Nielsen 3 0 8
Argentina Ángel Sánchez 2 2 13 1 straight red
1 second yellow
Guatemala Carlos Batres 2 2 11 2 straight reds
Portugal Vitor Melo Pereira 2 1 13 1 straight red
Ecuador Byron Moreno 2 1 12 1 second yellow
United Arab Emirates Ali Bujsaim 2 1 7 1 straight red
China Lu Jun 2 1 5 1 straight red
Scotland Hugh Dallas 2 0 12
Brazil Carlos Eugênio Simon 2 0 10
Costa Rica William Mattus 2 0 8
Germany Markus Merk 2 0 8
Switzerland Urs Meier 2 0 6
Jamaica Peter Prendergast 2 0 6
Paraguay Ubaldo Aquino 2 0 5
Sweden Anders Frisk 2 0 5
France Gilles Veissière 2 0 5
United States Brian Hall 2 0 4
Spain Antonio López Nieto 1 2 16 2 second yellows
South Korea Kim Young-Joo 1 2 5 1 straight red
1 second yellow
Netherlands Jan Wegereef 1 0 12
Slovakia Ľuboš Micheľ 1 0 8
Greece Kyros Vassaras 1 0 7
Tunisia Mourad Daami 1 0 6
Benin Coffi Codjia 1 0 5
Australia Mark Shield 1 0 5
Japan Toru Kamikawa 1 0 4
Morocco Mohammed Guezzaz 1 0 3
Bolivia René Ortubé 1 0 3
Norway Terje Hauge 1 0 2
Senegal Falla Ndoye 1 0 2
England Graham Poll 1 0 2
Total 64 17 272 11 straight reds
6 second yellows

By team[edit]

Team Yellow card.svg Yellow Red card.svg Red Red Cards Suspensions
 Argentina 6 1 C. Caniggia vs Sweden
straight red card
 Belgium 6 0
 Brazil 7 1 Ronaldinho vs England
straight red card
Ronaldinho vs Turkey
 Cameroon 10 1 P. Suffo vs Germany
second yellow card
 China PR 5 1 Shao Jiayi vs Turkey
straight red card
 Costa Rica 6 0
 Croatia 3 1 B. Živković vs Mexico
straight red card
B. Živković vs Italy and Ecuador
 Denmark 9 0
 Ecuador 9 0
 England 6 0
 France 3 1 T. Henry vs Uruguay
straight red card
Henry vs Denmark
 Germany 18 1 C. Ramelow vs Cameroon
second yellow card
C. Ramelow vs Paraguay
 Italy 12 1 F. Totti vs. South Korea
second yellow card
F. Cannavaro vs Mexico
 Japan 6 0
 Mexico 8 1 R. Márquez vs USA
straight red card
R. Márquez
2003 CONCACAF Gold Cup vs Brazil
 Nigeria 2 0
 Paraguay 11 2 C. Paredes vs Slovenia
second yellow card
R. Acuña vs Germany
straight red card
C. Paredes vs Germany
 Poland 9 0
 Portugal 8 2 Beto vs South Korea
second yellow card
João Pinto vs South Korea
straight red card
Beto vs Greece (UEFA Euro 2004 Group A)
João Pinto four-month ban from international competition
 Republic of Ireland 4 0
 Russia 9 0
 Saudi Arabia 3 0
 Senegal 14 1 S. Diao vs Denmark
straight red card
S. Diao vs Uruguay
 Slovenia 10 1 N. Čeh vs Paraguay
straight red card
N. Čeh
 South Africa 10 0
 South Korea 14 0 Kim T-Y vs Spain
 Spain 7 0
 Sweden 6 0
 Tunisia 8 0
 Turkey 19 2 A. Özalan vs Brazil
straight red card
H. Ünsal vs Brazil
second yellow card
A. Özalan vs Costa Rica
H. Ünsal vs Costa Rica
 United States 14 0
 Uruguay 10 0
Total 272 17

By individual[edit]

1 red card
  • Argentina Claudio Caniggia
  • Brazil Ronaldinho
  • Cameroon Patrick Suffo
  • Croatia Boris Živković
  • China Shao Jiayi
  • France Thierry Henry
  • Germany Carsten Ramelow
  • Italy Francesco Totti
  • Mexico Rafael Márquez
  • Paraguay Roberto Acuña
  • Paraguay Carlos Paredes
  • Portugal Beto
  • Portugal João Pinto
  • Senegal Salif Diao
  • Slovenia Nastja Čeh
  • Turkey Alpay Özalan
  • Turkey Hakan Ünsal
3 yellow cards
  • Germany Michael Ballack
  • Italy Francesco Totti
  • Portugal Beto
  • Turkey Emre Belözoğlu
  • Turkey Tugay Kerimoğlu
2 yellow cards
  • Belgium Yves Vanderhaeghe
  • Brazil Roque Júnior
  • Cameroon Patrick Suffo
  • Denmark Christian Poulsen
  • Ecuador Cléber Chalá
  • France Emmanuel Petit
  • Germany Dietmar Hamann
  • Germany Carsten Ramelow
  • Germany Christian Ziege
  • Italy Fabio Cannavaro
  • Japan Kazuyuki Toda
  • Paraguay Carlos Paredes
  • Poland Piotr Świerczewski
  • Portugal Jorge Costa
  • Russia Dmitri Alenichev
  • Russia Andrei Solomatin
  • Senegal Aliou Cissé
  • Senegal Ferdinand Coly
  • Senegal Omar Daf
  • Senegal Khalilou Fadiga
  • Slovenia Amir Karić
  • Slovenia Željko Milinovič
  • Slovenia Miran Pavlin
  • South Africa Aaron Mokoena
  • South Korea Kim Tae-Young
  • Spain Rubén Baraja
  • Tunisia Hassen Gabsi
  • Turkey Emre Aşık
  • Turkey Alpay Özalan
  • Turkey Hasan Şaş
  • Turkey Hakan Ünsal
  • United States Gregg Berhalter
  • United States Frankie Hejduk
  • United States Pablo Mastroeni
  • United States Eddie Pope
  • Uruguay Pablo García
  • Uruguay Marcelo Romero
1 yellow card
  • Argentina Matías Almeyda
  • Argentina Gabriel Batistuta
  • Argentina José Chamot
  • Argentina Kily González
  • Argentina Walter Samuel
  • Argentina Diego Simeone
  • Belgium Daniel Van Buyten
  • Belgium Peter van der Heyden
  • Belgium Eric Van Meir
  • Belgium Gert Verheyen
  • Brazil Cafu
  • Brazil Roberto Carlos
  • Brazil Denílson
  • Brazil Ronaldinho
  • Brazil Gilberto Silva
  • Cameroon Marc-Vivien Foé
  • Cameroon Geremi
  • Cameroon Raymond Kalla
  • Cameroon Lauren
  • Cameroon Salomon Olembé
  • Cameroon Rigobert Song
  • Cameroon Bill Tchato
  • Cameroon Pierre Womé
  • China Li Tie
  • China Li Xiaopeng
  • China Li Weifeng
  • China Xu Yunlong
  • China Yang Pu
  • Costa Rica Walter Centeno
  • Costa Rica Rónald Gómez
  • Costa Rica Luis Marín
  • Costa Rica Gilberto Martínez
  • Costa Rica Mauricio Solís
  • Croatia Robert Kovač
  • Croatia Josip Šimunić
  • Croatia Stjepan Tomas
  • Denmark Jan Heintze
  • Denmark Thomas Helveg
  • Denmark Niclas Jensen
  • Denmark Martin Laursen
  • Denmark Ebbe Sand
  • Denmark Stig Tøfting
  • Denmark Jon Dahl Tomasson
  • Ecuador José Francisco Cevallos
  • Ecuador Ulises de la Cruz
  • Ecuador Agustín Delgado
  • Ecuador Raúl Guerrón
  • Ecuador Iván Kaviedes
  • Ecuador Augusto Porozo
  • Ecuador Carlos Tenorio
  • England Sol Campbell
  • England Ashley Cole
  • England Rio Ferdinand
  • England Emile Heskey
  • England Danny Mills
  • England Paul Scholes
  • France Christophe Dugarry
  • Germany Frank Baumann
  • Germany Torsten Frings
  • Germany Carsten Jancker
  • Germany Jens Jeremies
  • Germany Oliver Kahn
  • Germany Sebastian Kehl
  • Germany Miroslav Klose
  • Germany Oliver Neuville
  • Germany Bernd Schneider
  • Republic of Ireland Steve Finnan
  • Republic of Ireland Jason McAteer
  • Republic of Ireland Steven Reid
  • Republic of Ireland Steve Staunton
  • Italy Francesco Coco
  • Italy Vincenzo Montella
  • Italy Christian Panucci
  • Italy Damiano Tommasi
  • Italy Christian Vieri
  • Italy Gianluca Zambrotta
  • Italy Cristiano Zanetti
  • Japan Junichi Inamoto
  • Japan Tsuneyasu Miyamoto
  • Japan Koji Nakata
  • Japan Masashi Nakayama
  • Mexico Jesús Arellano
  • Mexico Cuauhtémoc Blanco
  • Mexico Salvador Carmona
  • Mexico Alberto García Aspe
  • Mexico Luis Hernández
  • Mexico Óscar Pérez
  • Mexico Gerardo Torrado
  • Mexico Manuel Vidrio
  • Nigeria Efetobore Sodje
  • Nigeria Taribo West
  • Paraguay Roberto Acuña
  • Paraguay Francisco Arce
  • Paraguay Julio César Caceres
  • Paraguay Denis Caniza
  • Paraguay José Cardozo
  • Paraguay Juan Carlos Franco
  • Paraguay Diego Gavilán
  • Paraguay Roque Santa Cruz
  • Paraguay Ricardo Tavarelli
  • Poland Arkadiusz Bąk
  • Poland Tomasz Hajto
  • Poland Marek Koźmiński
  • Poland Jacek Krzynówek
  • Poland Cezary Kucharski
  • Poland Radosław Majdan
  • Poland Emmanuel Olisadebe
  • Portugal Nuno Frechaut
  • Portugal Rui Jorge
  • Portugal Petit
  • Russia Dmitri Khokhlov
  • Russia Ruslan Pimenov
  • Russia Igor Semshov
  • Russia Dmitri Sennikov
  • Russia Alexey Smertin
  • Saudi Arabia Nawaf Al-Temyat
  • Saudi Arabia Al Hasan Al-Yami
  • Saudi Arabia Mohammed Noor
  • Senegal Habib Beye
  • Senegal Henri Camara
  • Senegal Salif Diao
  • Senegal Papa Bouba Diop
  • Senegal El Hadji Diouf
  • Senegal Pape Thiaw
  • Slovenia Aleš Čeh
  • Slovenia Sebastjan Cimirotič
  • Slovenia Mladen Rudonja
  • Slovenia Muamer Vugdalič
  • South Africa Bradley Carnell
  • South Africa Pierre Issa
  • South Africa Benni McCarthy
  • South Africa Teboho Mokoena
  • South Africa Siyabonga Nomvethe
  • South Africa Cyril Nzama
  • South Africa Lucas Radebe
  • South Africa Sibusiso Zuma
  • South Korea Ahn Jung-Hwan
  • South Korea Cha Du-Ri
  • South Korea Choi Jin-Cheul
  • South Korea Hong Myung-Bo
  • South Korea Kim Nam-Il
  • South Korea Lee Chun-Soo
  • South Korea Lee Eul-Yong
  • South Korea Lee Min-Sung
  • South Korea Park Ji-Sung
  • South Korea Seol Ki-Hyeon
  • South Korea Song Chong-Gug
  • South Korea Yoo Sang-Chul
  • Spain Javier de Pedro
  • Spain Juanfran
  • Spain Fernando Hierro
  • Spain Carlos Marchena
  • Spain Fernando Morientes
  • Spain Juan Carlos Valerón
  • Sweden Niclas Alexandersson
  • Sweden Marcus Allbäck
  • Sweden Andreas Jakobsson
  • Sweden Henrik Larsson
  • Sweden Johan Mjällby
  • Sweden Magnus Svensson
  • Tunisia Khaled Badra
  • Tunisia Riadh Bouazizi
  • Tunisia Kaies Ghodhbane
  • Tunisia Zied Jaziri
  • Tunisia Mourad Melki
  • Tunisia Hatem Trabelsi
  • Turkey Fatih Akyel
  • Turkey İlhan Mansız
  • Turkey Ergün Penbe
  • Turkey Rüştü Reçber
  • Turkey Hakan Şükür
  • United States Jeff Agoos
  • United States DaMarcus Beasley
  • United States Brad Friedel
  • United States Eddie Lewis
  • United States Claudio Reyna
  • United States Josh Wolff
  • Uruguay Sebastián Abreu
  • Uruguay Fabián Carini
  • Uruguay Gustavo Méndez
  • Uruguay Paolo Montero
  • Uruguay Darío Rodríguez
  • Uruguay Darío Silva

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