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Mario Balotelli Was Shown a Red Card For Dissent After Final Whistle Against Napoli [VIDEO]: Daily Soccer Report

mario balotelli 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.

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3 Responses to Mario Balotelli Was Shown a Red Card For Dissent After Final Whistle Against Napoli [VIDEO]: Daily Soccer Report

  1. Wilson says:

    What a class act he is…..

  2. Steven P. says:

    This Balotelli incident undermined the terrific start for Napoli under Benitez. Napoli won at the San Siro for the first time since 1986. Balotelli also missed his penalty for the first time ever and it was Pepe Reina who saved it.

  3. ADAMU GARBA UBALE says:

    It is like a habit for Balotelli to create a scene in every situation he finds himself.

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