The first red card of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia belongs to Colombia. Columbia's midfielder Carlos Sanchez got the first red card of this season when Carlos Sanchez, in the third minute of the tournament, used his arm to stop a shot in which goalkeeper David Ospina was out of position.
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On Tuesday, an exciting tournament was played between Colombia and Japan in Group H in the FIFA World Cup. In this exciting match, Japan defeated Colombia and won the match.
Sanchez was given a red card in the third minute of the game as a result. Midfielder Carlos Sanchez had to go out of the match because of this mistake, and the Colombian team had to play in the field along with 10 players in the whole match. Japan took advantage of it and won the match in the World Cup by defeating Colombia 2-1.
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That's the second earliest red card in World Cup history, with Uruguay's Jose Batista still holding the record of 54 seconds from back in 1986.
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