1990 FIFA World Cup discipline

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In the 1990 FIFA World Cup the main disciplinary action taken against players came in the form of red and yellow cards. Any player picking up a red card is automatically banned for his country's next game (if it is a serious offense FIFA may extend this ban to a number of games). Players also receive a one game ban if they pick up two yellow cards within the group stage or within the knockout stage.

Disciplinary statistics[edit]

Sanctions[edit]

By referee[edit]

Referee Matches Red card.svg Red Yellow card.svg Yellow Red Cards
Austria Helmut Kohl 4 1 15 1 second yellow
Brazil José Ramiz Wright 4 0 11
France Michel Vautrot 3 3 13 1 straight red
2 second yellow
Mexico Edgardo Codesal 3 2 11 1 straight red
1 second yellow
Italy Tullio Lanese 3 1 16 1 second yellow
France Joël Quiniou 3 1 9 1 straight red
Argentina Juan Carlos Loustau 2 2 7 2 second yellow
Switzerland Kurt Röthlisberger 2 2 11 1 straight red
1 second yellow
East Germany Siegfried Kirschen 2 1 8 1 second yellow
Uruguay Juan Daniel Cardellino 2 0 8
Northern Ireland Alan Snoddy 2 0 8
Germany Aron Schmidhuber 2 0 7
Portugal Carlos Silva Valente 2 0 7
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran Petrović 2 0 4
Denmark Peter Mikkelsen 2 0 2
Syria Jamal Al Sharif 1 1 9 1 straight red
2 second yellow
Sweden Erik Fredriksson 1 1 5 1 straight red
Japan Shizuo Takada 1 1 5 1 second yellow
Italy Pierluigi Pairetto 1 0 7
Scotland George Smith 1 0 6
Tunisia Neji Jouini 1 0 4
England George Courtney 1 0 3
Chile Hernán Silva 1 0 3
Ecuador Elías Jácome 1 0 3
Soviet Union Alexey Spirin 1 0 3
Portugal Carlos Maciel 1 0 2
Spain Emilio Soriano Aladrén 1 0 2
Belgium Marcel van Langenhove 1 0 2
Italy Luigi Agnolin 1 0 1
United States Vincent Mauro 1 0 1
Total 52 16 193 6 straight red
11 second yellow

By team[edit]

Team Yellow card.svg Yellow Red card.svg Red Red Cards Suspensions
 Argentina 21 3 R. Giusti vs Italy
2nd yellow card
G. Dezotti vs West Germany (final)
2nd yellow card
P. Monzón vs West Germany (final)
straight red card
J. Serrizuela vs Brazil
P. Monzón vs Yugoslavia (quarter finals)
S. Batista vs West Germany (final)
C. Caniggia vs West Germany (final)
R. Giusti vs West Germany (final)
J. Olarticoechea vs West Germany (final)
 Austria 10 1 P. Artner vs United States
straight red card
 Belgium 2 1 E. Gerets vs Uruguay
2nd yellow card
E. Gerets vs Spain
 Brazil 7 1 R. Gomes vs Argentina
straight red card
Mozer vs Scotland
 Cameroon 15 2 B. Massing vs Romania
2nd yellow card
A. Kana-Biyik vs Argentina
straight red card
B. Massing vs Romania
A. Kana-Biyik vs Romania
 Colombia 5 0
 Costa Rica 10 0 R. Gómez vs Czechoslovakia
 Czech Republic 6 1 Ľ. Moravčík vs West Germany
2nd yellow card
L. Kubík vs Italy
 Egypt 4 0
 England 5 0 P. Gascoigne vs Italy (Third-place match)
 Italy 6 0 N. Berti vs Republic of Ireland
 Korea Republic 8 1 D.Y. Yoon vs Uruguay
 Netherlands 5 1 F. Rijkaard vs West Germany
2nd yellow card
 Republic of Ireland 5 0 C. Morris vs Netherlands
 Romania 12 0 M. Lăcătuş vs Republic of Ireland (Round of 16)
 Scotland 3 0
 Soviet Union 3 1 V. Bezsonov vs Argentina V. Bezsonov vs Cameroon
 Spain 4 0
 Sweden 4 0
 United Arab Emirates 7 1 K. Ghanim vs Yugoslavia
2nd yellow card
 Uruguay 9 0
 United States 7 1 E. Wynalda vs Czechoslovakia
straight red card
E. Wynalda vs Austria
 West Germany 9 1 R. Völler vs Netherlands (Round of 16)
2nd yellow card
A. Brehme vs Colombia
R. Völler vs Czechoslovakia (Quarter finals)
 Yugoslavia 9 1 R. Šabanadžović vs Argentina
2nd yellow card

By individual[edit]

1 red card
3 yellow cards
2 yellow cards
1 yellow card