PICTURE: David Luiz laughing on floor to get Rafael sent off

by Sam Peoples

David Luiz sat there laughing on the floor after Rafael kicked him in a moment of madness at the end of the game. He wasn’t injured, it didn’t hurt – he just wanted to get Rafael sent off. Great sportsmanship there, Luiz.

If there is one thing that I can’t stand in football, it is someone feigning injury to get somebody sent off. There’s no disputing the fact that Rafael’s petulant kick out, reminiscent of his younger days at United, warranted a red card but given Webb’s leniency in the game, it would of probably only resulted in a yellow card for Rafael.

You wouldn’t know that Luiz and Rafael were compatriots would you?

Luiz feigned his injury only a few minutes after getting irate at Howard Webb following a tackle on van Persie.

Sergio Busquets would be proud of you Luiz – well done.

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20 comments

red4life 05/06/2013 - 21:25

all you chelscum idiots make ur own web page that’s if you inbreeds can manage it if not ask ur dad or your brother whoops sorry I forgot ur brother was ur dad you are not welcome here this is the site of the CHAMPIONS 20 TIMES when you have won the league 20 times by all means come back I wont be living then for sure

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Silvainm 05/06/2013 - 05:22

Yes it was a red card, and yes Man Utd were playing like s**t. But I get really sick and tired of the feigning an the bulls**t swalbes by these so called professionals. Stop being a baby pussy and get up. Take an example of Messi. He never stops, never weins and keeps going.
Owe and yes Chelsea beat us, but only after we already sealed the league. Lets see if Chelsea can seal a champions league spot.

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Alex 05/06/2013 - 11:45

Please stop making your selves seem more foolish than you already are, I don’t see you putting up articles when Ashley Young flops around the pitch ‘like a dying swan’. Or do you think that’s professional? It hilarious at times how narrow minded you guys are…but you are right. This was written by a manure so I should EXPECT the stupidity.

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bright 05/05/2013 - 19:34

well u said reserve bt it doesnt matter this is nt the first time this season at ot it was chelsea came from two goals down to equal the tie, at stamford bridge second leg it was glarring.no excuse man

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007 blue 05/05/2013 - 19:19

oh yeah….we lost 3-2 at home thanks to a dubious Torres red card….funny how the world works.

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Hloni 05/05/2013 - 19:08

That was a BS red card. You all know but that’s what happens in a game of football. The ref does not always get it right and the players fake it like a bunch of bitches. The card was inconsistent with the level Leniency Howard had. I think Howard put himself under pressure. That been said Chelsea won and that’s that. Next season will be a cracker and we will silence them then. Well done united league champs!!!!!

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red4life 05/05/2013 - 18:56

well done Chelsea won 1-0 against united reserves getting a player sent off funny how web missed the elbow from brush head twice before the sending off wait till you play the first team again oh yes I remember you did on ur own ground and lost 3-2

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007 blue 05/05/2013 - 19:18

oh yeah….we lost 3-2 at home thanks to a dubious Torres red card….funny how the world works.

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Dino 05/05/2013 - 18:54

Couple of things for the jokers that have commented:
The article states that it was correctly a red card.
The sad thing was side-show Bob laughing on the floor, not grimacing! Obviously someone hasn’t seen the incident.
Chelski had better chances and deservedly beat an under strength Utd team that had nothing to play for.
Finally, well done to Columbo for deducing that the writer is a Man Utd fan. Did the big red writing at the top of the webpage give it away? Plebs!

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L K 05/05/2013 - 18:24

you must be a ****ing manure fan. and i am sure that you are a doctor as well, a damn good one. otherwise you could not tell the readers by looking at a kick by your player that it did not hurt to get a kick on one’s calf with a football boot. luiz didn’t dive there unlike busquets and there was very good contact enough to fell him to the ground. you lost the game and red card was a fare decision. stop whining.

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samp 05/05/2013 - 18:50

You’re kidding nobody by saying that was a grimace.

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Alex 05/06/2013 - 11:47

It was a SMILE! So what?? Does it change the fact that it was a red card?

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samp 05/06/2013 - 12:06

You’re completely missing the point pal.

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Kakatk 05/05/2013 - 18:22

Rafael did a rash kick at Luiz Red card was correct for violent conduct

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Alex 05/05/2013 - 18:21

And then you insult the Liverpool fans when they stand by Suarez…funny thing is your legend Ronaldo did the exact same thing to Rooney in the World Cup…you wouldn’t think they were team mates either!

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prola 05/05/2013 - 18:19

well done blues

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Alex 05/05/2013 - 18:18

Are you seriously blaming Luiz for Rafael being sent off? Would he have been sent off if he hadn’t kicked at him?no wonder I’ve never heard of this site before

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red4life 05/05/2013 - 18:59

its a man united site so why not go on ur own site or are you lot of in-breds too thick to make one

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vince 05/05/2013 - 18:13

he is grimacing u dognut. it would made ne diff if luiz had of stripped naked to red card – u cant kick a player when he anit got the ball.

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Ash 05/06/2013 - 03:53

He is clearly smiling you goon

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