Instead of yellow and red, white cards appeared…what happened?

January 23, 2023 0 Comments

The first white card was shown in Portugal. 

The Benfica women’s soccer team and the Sporting Lisbon women’s soccer team faced each other in the quarterfinals of the 2022-23 season Tassa de Portugal Feminina (Women’s Soccer Cup) held at Estadio da Luz in Lisbon, Portugal at 3:00 pm (local time) on the 21st. was 

The result was a 5-0 victory for the Benfica women’s soccer team. Benfica and Sporting are both based in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. Just like the men’s teams, the head-to-head matches between the women’s teams also draw a lot of attention. 

However, in this match, a new issue aroused people’s interest. British ‘JOE’ reported, “After the introduction of new rules in the Portuguese league, Benfica and Sporting received their first white card side by side in a fierce rivalry game.”온라인카지노

The media added, “The white card was introduced to praise teams for fair play during the game. Also, it aims to improve the ethical value of sports. It is not common yet, but it is a new attempt.” .

The reason why the white card came out in the match between Benfica and Sporting women’s soccer team was because of the quick substitution of medical staff. At the end of the first half, when a player sitting on the bench complained that his physical condition was not good, medical staff from both teams were put in at the same time.

When the problem was safely resolved, the referee immediately took out a white card. And pointed to the presumed location of the medical staff. The fans who visited the stadium cheered and applauded enthusiastically. 

Also, the match between the two teams at that time also set a new record in Portuguese women’s football. According to Portugal’s Proxima Giornada, a total of 15,032 spectators entered the event that day. It is the largest attendance for Portuguese women’s football, with a previous record of 14,221. 

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