Footballer sent off for pulling down adversary’s shorts

Bosnia and Herzegovina striker Edin Dzeko saw red amid a World Container qualifying match in the wake of leaving a rival red-confronted when he pulled down his shorts. 

The occurrence came in the 79th moment when Bosnia chief Dzeko was forced to bear an unpleasant test by Greek shield Sokratis Papastathopoulos. 

After the 6ft 5in Dzeko was packaged to the floor by Borussia Dortmund player Papastathopoulos, the two started tussling for ownership of the ball. 

At the point when Papastathopoulos prized it from the grasp of the previous Manchester City frontman, Dzeko took hold of the Greek’s legs and afterward yanked down his shorts. 

As an angered Dzeko was ascending to his feet, Papastathopoulos tumbled to the ground, inciting a mass fracas including players from both sides toward the side of the pitch. 

At the point when request was at long last reestablished, the official demonstrated the previous Manchester City player a moment yellow and after that a red card. 

Bosnia were driving the match 1-0 until the 95th moment when Greece leveled.


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