In the ninth week of the Premier League, which played between Trabzonspor and Fenerbahce, there was much talk about the position where Kim Min-ja received a red card and the goal scored by Altai in Indir.
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In Fenerbahce, Kim Minja received a yellow card from Ali Şansalan after his 14-minute intervention against Garbinho. The Korean player received a yellow card in the 23rd minute for a foul on Janini and was sent off with a second yellow card.
Although the yellow-blue-dark players have been opposing referee Ali Şansalan for a long time, the decision has not changed. Vitor Pereira also commented on the bench.
Social media is divisive
While some social media users found the red card decision correct, some agreed that Kim Min-ja should stay on the field.
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This season is first
This season, Kim Min-ja was the first player to receive a red card in the Premier League with a Fenerbahce jersey.
Same goal 6 months later
After Kim Min-je’s free kick, Trabzonspor’s free kick went just wide of the post.
The young net goalkeeper managed to remove the ball from the ground after the Greek football player crossed the border.
Last seven seasons
Last season Fenerbahce played against Gaziantep FK, and Altai could not stop him from staying behind the line, despite Maxim’s hard hit from the ground, despite holding the ball.
Free first destination
Anastasius at Castas, who scored his first free-kick in his Super League career against Fenerbahce, became the first player to score a free-kick against the yellow-yellow team with Trabzonspor since the 2007/08 season.