ISL 2017: Delhi Dynamos’ Miguel Portugal sent-off against FC Goa

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The former Real Madrid ‘B’ coach was given his marching orders by referee Palmson Moses Raj…

Delhi Dynamos coach Miguel Angel Portugal was red carded by referee Palmson Moses Raj in the 68th minute of their Indian Super League (ISL) clash against FC Goa on Saturday evening.

The former Racing Santander expressed his displeasure with the fourth official and the referee over his decision to book Gabriel Cichero for the second time in the game and thereby, reducing his team to 10 men.

This is the first instance of a coach being sent to the stands this season. Previously, the likes of Antonio Habas, Franco Colomba and others have been handed marching orders.

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