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Biggest Fairplay Fail ever in football history

European Champions League. 20th November 2012.
1-0 for the (very) small team Danish team of Nordsjælland vs Shakhtar Donetsk.
26th Minute of the game. Luiz Adriano, one international striker for Brazil (thus, definitely not an unknown) playing for the "Ga$$$ team" from Ukraine, scores the 1-1.
On what will stay for a LONG TIME as the most shameful goal ever scored on a Champions League game pitch.

I am a football enthusiastic but this makes me so sick... oO. Game finished 2-5 (2-2 at half-time) with an hattrick of... Luiz Adriano. But who cares at the end? ...
Still can't understand how no Danish players managed or at least tried to break the fucker leg/knee in the remaining time of the game... I would have done so. And it's a pity that the referee doesn't red card the Brazilian, even though it's a case mentioned in"the rules"...

NOTE: I did not realize that some people might not understand what happened.
Basically, there is a foul on red player (with small dive, I agree but still a foul). Game is stopped so that the referee can see if red player is all right. Ball is for Shaktar and in Football, you then expect the fair play move of Shaktar giving back the ball the opponents. That is why all reds stopped playing. And that is why Shaktar' Luiz Adriano is a fucked-up moron.

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Added: Nov-20-2012 Occurred On: Nov-20-2012
By: ShaolinPower
Tags: Luiz Adriano, Fairplay, anti fair play, soccer fail, football fail, Shaktar, Nordsjælland
Location: Farum, Capital Region of Denmark, Denmark (load item map)
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