Mario Balotelli Was Shown a Red Card For Dissent After Final Whistle Against Napoli [VIDEO]: Daily Soccer Report
Mario Balotelli had one of those crazy days yesterday that he’s renowned for. In one match, he missed the first penalty of his career. He scored a last minute penalty for AC Milan. And then immediately after the game, he got a red card (watch the video below) after flipping out at the officials.
No wonder some people call him Crazy Mario.
Napoli went on to win the match 2-1.
Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:
- Mario Balotelli was shown a red card for dissent after the final whistle against Napoli — 101GG
- Mario Balotelli’s miss overshadows Rafael Benítez’s Napoli revolution — The Guardian
- Semi Ajayi joins Arsenal Academy from Charlton Athletic — Arsenal
- Robin van Persie’s injury is not serious and he could return against Liverpool on Wednesday — Mail
- Paolo Di Canio paid the price for trying to rule through fear, says Steve Bruce — Telegraph
- Romelu Lukaku: I watch every second of every single Premier League match — Metro
- Manuel Pellegrini & Mauricio Pochettino buck a coaching trend — BBC Sport
- Malky Mackay criticises ref Mark Clattenburg for ruling out Ben Turner ‘goal’ — Wales Online
- John O’Shea: Lee Cattermole can help Sunderland climb out of relegation danger — Newcastle Chronicle
- Vinnie Jones: ‘England is past its sell-by date. I couldn’t be tempted back’ — The Guardian
- Stephane Sessegnon: I never asked to leave Sunderland — Newcastle Chronicle
- It was not just Di Canio – the whole Sunderland shake-up looks risky — The Independent
- Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher set for months on sidelines — Shields Gazette
- Gareth Bale suffers suspected thigh injury in warm-up ahead of defeat of Getafe in La Liga — Telegraph
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