THE 2022 World Cup has managed to go through an entire round of games without a single red card.
Every single team has now played 90 minutes in Qatar.
Wales keeper Wayne Hennessey was sent off for whacking Iran’s Mehdi Taremi[/caption]
And in those first 16 games, there had not been a single sending-off.
But that has all changed now.
How many red cards have there been at the 2022 World Cup?
There has been one red card at the World Cup so far.
The first sending-off came for Wales when they played Iran in their Group B clash.
Wayne Hennessey was shown a red card for clobbering Mehdi Taremi in the last 10 minutes of their second game.
- Wayne Hennessey – WALES vs Iran (violent conduct)
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