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How's That Not A Red Card? See What Arsenal's Partey Did That Made Him To Receive Just A Yellow Card

ManuelCIA 10/23/2020

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Arsenal kicked off their Europa League campaign with a 2-1 narrow win against Rapid Vienna.

Former Atletico Madrid man Thomas Partey was also given his first start since his €50m to the Emirates, and boy did he perform.

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Arsenal's no.1 goalie Bernd Leno's blunder gifted the home side the lead 5 mins into the second half, although Mikel Arteta's side rallied to come from behind and secure a win.

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David Luiz leveled things up for Arsenal with a thumping header from Pepe's freekick, and few minutes later, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang would make it 2-1 after being squared by Bellerin.

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However, if you watched the match, precisely in the first period there was one foul Thomas Partey committed that could have earned him a red card.

Just take a look at the picture below.

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Right here, you could see that Partey elbowed his opponent, but on a second look, can you also spot his boot on the Rapid Vienna player's leg?

Well guess what? The referee gave Arsenal's £45m man a yellow card alone.

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But how's that not a red card? Don't you think Partey should have been sent off not just for elbowing his opponent, but for stepping on the player's leg as well?

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