Saad Al Fadhi, referee for the Kuwaiti Premier League, wasn't having any of it. When multiple players of Al Naser SC tried to attack him late in a game against perennial champion Al Arabi, he responded with his fists and his foot, and, of course, his most powerful weapon lots of red cards.
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The spontaneous bout began very late in the match. Al Naser was up 1 0 on its home pitch, when Al Fadhi awarded Under Armour Micro G Assert 5 Al Arabi with a penalty in stoppage time. Then, all hell broke loose: Players shoving and pulling the official back and forth, the referee himself slapping one player in the face, only to follow it up with a high volley at the same player's thigh. Sideline officials Under Armour Hiking Boots
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More craziness ensued. After Al Arabi had scored the penalty, another Al Naser player kicked the ball at the ref's head. Four red cards were handed out in total, and even though the score at that point should have been 1 1, international soccer association FIFA's website shows an official result of 4 1 for Al Arabi. Under Armour Trainers Ladies
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