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List of FIFA World Cup red cards

This is a list of all red cards shown during FIFA World Cups; that is, the occasions when a player has been expelled from the game in a football World Cup Finals match (not including qualifying matches). As FIFA is the governing body of football, official red cards are only noted when FIFA recognised that a player was expelled or sent off in a match.

Notable World Cup red cards

  • Plácido Galindo was the first player to be sent off in a World Cup match, playing for Peru on 14 July 1930 against Romania.
  • Uruguay's José Batista received the quickest red card when he was sent off in the first minute in 1986 for bringing down Gordon Strachan in a game against Scotland.
  • Five players have been sent off in the final. Argentina's Pedro Monzón was the first in 1990 and was quickly followed by team mate Gustavo Dezotti in the same match. Marcel Desailly, playing for France in 1998, was the first player to be sent off from the winning team in the final.
  • The most players sent off on one day occurred on June 18, 1998 when five players received a red card across two different first round matches.
  • Rigobert Song became the first player to receive two red cards - one in 1994 and one in 1998. Zinedine Zidane replicated this in 1998 and 2006.
  • Three South American countries lead the list of most red cards for a national team with Brazil having 11 players dismissed. Argentina have had 10 players sent off, and Uruguay 9 players.
  • The single World Cup match with the greatest number of red cards was the Netherlands-Portugal game in the second round of the 2006 World Cup, this match also known as "The battle of Nüremberg". 4 players, 2 from each team, were sent off; overall referee Valentin Ivanov dished out 16 yellow cards and 4 red cards, the greatest number of players booked and sent off in any one match.
  • The first red card was introduced in 1970, but nobody was sent off. Carlos Caszely of Chile became the first person to receive a red card, after his second yellow card against West Germany in 1974, for bringing down Berti Vogts. Chile lost 1-0.

List of World Cup red cards

Sequence
Player or Time of cards Representing Final
Score
Opponent Tournament Round Date
1. Galindo, PlácidoPlácido Galindo 54'  Peru 1–3  Romania 1930, Uruguay 8 First round July 14, 1930
2. Markos, ImreImre Markos 63'  Hungary 1–2  Austria 1934, Italy 5 Quarter-finals May 31, 1934
3. Pesser, HansHans Pesser 96'  Germany 1–1 aet  Switzerland 1938, France 8 First round June 4, 1938
4. Zezé Procópio 14'  Brazil 1–1 aet  Czechoslovakia 1938, France 5 Quarter-finals June 12, 1938
5. RihaJan Říha 89'  Czechoslovakia 1–1 aet  Brazil 1938, France 5 Quarter-finals June 12, 1938
6. Machado 89'  Brazil 1–1 aet  Czechoslovakia 1938, France 5 Quarter-finals June 12, 1938
7. Bozsik, JózsefJózsef Bozsik 71'  Hungary 4–2  Brazil 1954, Switzerland 5 Quarter-finals June 27, 1954
8. Nílton Santos 71'  Brazil 2–4  Hungary 1954, Switzerland 5 Quarter-finals June 27, 1954
9. Humberto 79'  Brazil 2–4  Hungary 1954, Switzerland 5 Quarter-finals June 27, 1954
10. Sipos, FerencFerenc Sipos 79'  Hungary 1–2  Wales 1958, Sweden 8 First round June 17, 1958
11. Buberník, TitusTitus Buberník 102'  Czechoslovakia 1–2  Northern Ireland 1958, Sweden 8 First round June 17, 1958
12. Juskowiak, ErichErich Juskowiak 59'  West Germany 1–3  Sweden 1958, Sweden 3 Semi-finals June 24, 1958
13. Ferrini, GiorgioGiorgio Ferrini 8'  Italy 0–2  Chile 1962, Chile 8 First round June 2, 1962
14. David, MarioMario David 41'  Italy 0–2  Chile 1962, Chile 8 First round June 2, 1962
15. Cabrera, ÁngelÁngel Cabrera 71'  Uruguay 1–3  Yugoslavia 1962, Chile 8 First round June 2, 1962
16. Popović, VladimirVladimir Popović 71'  Yugoslavia 3–1  Uruguay 1962, Chile 8 First round June 2, 1962
17. Landa, HonorinoHonorino Landa 80'  Chile 2–4  Brazil 1962, Chile 3 Semi-finals June 13, 1962
18. Garrincha 83'  Brazil 4–2  Chile 1962, Chile 3 Semi-finals June 13, 1962
19. Albrecht, RafaelRafael Albrecht 65'  Argentina 0–0  West Germany 1966, England 8 First round July 16, 1966
20. Rattín, AntonioAntonio Rattín 35'  Argentina 0–1  England 1966, England 5 Quarter-finals July 23, 1966
21. Troche, HoracioHoracio Troche 49'  Uruguay 0–4  West Germany 1966, England 5 Quarter-finals July 23, 1966
22. Silva, HéctorHéctor Silva 54'  Uruguay 0–4  West Germany 1966, England 5 Quarter-finals July 23, 1966
23. Chislenko, IgorIgor Chislenko 44'  Soviet Union 1–2  West Germany 1966, England 4 Semi-finals July 25, 1966
24. Caszely, CarlosCarlos Caszely 13', 67'  Chile 0–1  West Germany 1974, West Germany 8 First round June 14, 1974
25. Montero Castillo, JulioJulio Montero Castillo 69'  Uruguay 0–2  Netherlands 1974, West Germany 8 First round June 15, 1974
26. Ndaye, MulambaMulamba Ndaye 22'  Zaire 0–9  Yugoslavia 1974, West Germany 8 First round June 18, 1974
27. Richards, RayRay Richards 37', 83'  Australia 0–0  Chile 1974, West Germany 8 First round June 22, 1974
28. Luís Pereira 84'  Brazil 0–2  Netherlands 1974, West Germany 6 Second round July 3, 1974
29. Törõcsik, AndrásAndrás Törõcsik 48', 82'  Hungary 1–2  Argentina 1978, Argentina 8 First round June 2, 1978
30. Nyilasi, TiborTibor Nyilasi 21', 89'  Hungary 1–2  Argentina 1978, Argentina 8 First round June 2, 1978
31. Nanninga, DickDick Nanninga 88'  Netherlands 2–2  West Germany 1978, Argentina 6 Second round June 18, 1978
32. VizekLadislav Vízek 87'  Czechoslovakia 1–1  France 1982, Spain 8 First round June 24, 1982
33. Yearwood, GilbertoGilberto Yearwood 89'  Honduras 0–1  Yugoslavia 1982, Spain 8 First round June 24, 1982
34. Donaghy, MalMal Donaghy 62'  Northern Ireland 1–0  Spain 1982, Spain 8 First round June 25, 1982
35. Gallego, AméricoAmérico Gallego 84'  Argentina 1–2  Italy 1982, Spain 6 Second round June 29, 1982
36. Maradona, DiegoDiego Maradona 85'  Argentina 1–3  Brazil 1982, Spain 6 Second round July 2, 1982
37. Sweeney, MikeMike Sweeney 52', 85'  Canada 0–2  Hungary 1986, Mexico 8 First round June 6, 1986
38. Wilkins, RayRay Wilkins 40', 42'  England 0–0  Morocco 1986, Mexico 8 First round June 6, 1986
39. Gorgis, BasilBasil Gorgis 52'  Iraq 1–2  Belgium 1986, Mexico 8 First round June 8, 1986
40. Bossio, MiguelMiguel Bossio 13', 19'  Uruguay 1–6  Denmark 1986, Mexico 8 First round June 8, 1986
41. Batista, JoséJosé Batista 1'  Uruguay 0–0  Scotland 1986, Mexico 8 First round June 13, 1986
42. Arnesen, FrankFrank Arnesen 36', 88'  Denmark 2–0  West Germany 1986, Mexico 8 First round June 13, 1986
43. Berthold, ThomasThomas Berthold 64'  West Germany 0–0  Mexico 1986, Mexico 5Quarter-finals June 21, 1986
44. Aguirre, JavierJavier Aguirre 20', 100'  Mexico 0–0  West Germany 1986, Mexico 5Quarter-finals June 21, 1986
45. Kana-Biyik, AndréAndré Kana-Biyik 61'  Cameroon 1–0  Argentina 1990, Italy 8First round June 8, 1990
46. Massing, BenjaminBenjamin Massing 10', 89'  Cameroon 1–0  Argentina 1990, Italy 8First round June 8, 1990
47. Wynalda, EricEric Wynalda 52'  United States 1–5  Czechoslovakia 1990, Italy 8First round June 10, 1990
48. Bezsonov, VolodymyrVolodymyr Bezsonov 48'  Soviet Union 0–2  Argentina 1990, Italy 8First round June 13, 1990
49. Gerets, EricEric Gerets 35', 42'  Belgium 3–1  Uruguay 1990, Italy 8First round June 17, 1990
50. Ghanim, KhalilKhalil Ghanim 36', 76'  United Arab Emirates 1–4  Yugoslavia 1990, Italy 8First round June 19, 1990
51. Artner, PeterPeter Artner 34'  Austria 2–1  United States 1990, Italy 8First round June 19, 1990
52. Yoon Deuk-Yeo 70'  South Korea 0–1  Uruguay 1990, Italy 8First round June 21, 1990
53. Ricardo Gomes 85'  Brazil 0–1  Argentina 1990, Italy 6Second round June 24, 1990
54. VollerRudi Völler 22'  West Germany 2–1  Netherlands 1990, Italy 6Second round June 24, 1990
55. Rijkaard, FrankFrank Rijkaard 22'  Netherlands 1–2  West Germany 1990, Italy 6Second round June 24, 1990
56. SabanadzovicRefik Šabanadžović 31'  Yugoslavia 0–0 aet  Argentina 1990, Italy 5Quarter-finals June 30, 1990
57. MoravcikĽubomír Moravčík 11', 70'  Czechoslovakia 0–1  West Germany 1990, Italy 5Quarter-finals July 1, 1990
58. Giusti, RicardoRicardo Giusti 103'  Argentina 1–1 aet  Italy 1990, Italy 5Semi-finals July 3, 1990
59. MonzonPedro Monzón 65'  Argentina 0–1  West Germany 1990, Italy 5Final July 8, 1990
60. Dezotti, GustavoGustavo Dezotti 5', 87'  Argentina 0–1  West Germany 1990, Italy 5Final July 8, 1990
61. Etcheverry, MarcoMarco Etcheverry 84'  Bolivia 0–1  Germany 1994, United States 5First round June 17, 1994
62. Nadal, Miguel AngelMiguel Angel Nadal 26'  Spain 2–2  South Korea 1994, United States 5First round June 17, 1994
63. VladoiuIon Vlădoiu 74'  Romania 1–4  Switzerland 1994, United States 5First round June 22, 1994
64. Pagliuca, GianlucaGianluca Pagliuca 21'  Italy 1–0  Norway 1994, United States 5First round June 23, 1994
65. Cristaldo, LuisLuis Cristaldo 22', 82'  Bolivia 0–0  South Korea 1994, United States 5First round June 23, 1994
66. Song, RigobertRigobert Song 84'  Cameroon 0–3  Brazil 1994, United States 5First round June 24, 1994
67. Gorlukovich, SergeiSergei Gorlukovich 1', 49'  Russia 1–3  Sweden 1994, United States 5First round June 24, 1994
68. Tsvetanov, TsankoTsanko Tsvetanov 45', 67'  Bulgaria 2–0  Argentina 1994, United States 5First round June 30, 1994
69. Leonardo,Leonardo 44'  Brazil 1–0  United States 1994, United States 5Second round July 4, 1994
70. Clavijo, FernandoFernando Clavijo 64', 85'  United States 0–1  Brazil 1994, United States 5Second round July 4, 1994
71. Zola, GianfrancoGianfranco Zola 76'  Italy 2–1 aet  Nigeria 1994, United States 5Second round July 5, 1994
72. Kremenliev, EmilEmil Kremenliev 12', 50'  Bulgaria 1–1 aet  Mexico 1994, United States 5Second round July 5, 1994
73. GarciaLuis García 28', 57'  Mexico 1–1 aet  Bulgaria 1994, United States 5Second round July 5, 1994
74. Schwarz, StefanStefan Schwarz 43', 101'  Sweden 2–2 aet  Romania 1994, United States 5Quarter-finals July 10, 1994
75. Thern, JonasJonas Thern 64'  Sweden 0–1  Brazil 1994, United States 5Semi-finals July 13, 1994
76. Nankov, AnatoliAnatoli Nankov 27', 89'  Bulgaria 0–0  Paraguay 1998, France 5First round June 12, 1998
77. Seok-Ju, HaHa Seok-Ju 30'  South Korea 1–3  Mexico 1998, France 5First round June 13, 1998
78. Kluivert, PatrickPatrick Kluivert 79'  Netherlands 0–0  Belgium 1998, France 5First round June 13, 1998
79. Kalla, RaymondRaymond Kalla 43'  Cameroon 0–3  Italy 1998, France 5First round June 17, 1998
80. Molnar, MiklosMiklos Molnar 67'  Denmark 1–1  South Africa 1998, France 5First round June 18, 1998
81. Phiri, AlfredAlfred Phiri 65', 68'  South Africa 1–1  Denmark 1998, France 5First round June 18, 1998
82. Wieghorst, MortenMorten Wieghorst 85'  Denmark 1–1  South Africa 1998, France 5First round June 18, 1998
83. Al-Khilaiwi, MohammedMohammed Al-Khilaiwi 19'  Saudi Arabia 0–4  France 1998, France 5First round June 18, 1998
84. Zidane, ZinedineZinedine Zidane 71'  France 4–0  Saudi Arabia 1998, France 5First round June 18, 1998
85. Pardo, PávelPável Pardo 29'  Mexico 2–2  Belgium 1998, France 5First round June 20, 1998
86. Verheyen, GertGert Verheyen 55'  Belgium 2–2  Mexico 1998, France 5First round June 20, 1998
87. Powell, DarrylDarryl Powell 4', 45'  Jamaica 0–5  Argentina 1998, France 5First round June 21, 1998
88. Song, RigobertRigobert Song 8', 51'  Cameroon 1–1  Chile 1998, France 5First round June 23, 1998
89. Lauren,Lauren 89'  Cameroon 1–1  Chile 1998, France 5First round June 23, 1998
90. Burley, CraigCraig Burley 54'  Scotland 0–3  Morocco 1998, France 5First round June 23, 1998
91. RamirezRamón Ramírez 89'  Mexico 2–2  Netherlands 1998, France 5First round June 25, 1998
92. Beckham, DavidDavid Beckham 47'  England 2–2 aet  Argentina 1998, France 5Second round June 30, 1998
93. Numan, ArthurArthur Numan 17', 76'  Netherlands 2–1  Argentina 1998, France 5Quarter-finals July 4, 1998
94. Ortega, ArielAriel Ortega 87'  Argentina 1–2  Netherlands 1998, France 5Quarter-finals July 4, 1998
95. WornsChristian Wörns 40'  Germany 0–3  Croatia 1998, France 5Quarter-finals July 4, 1998
96. Blanc, LaurentLaurent Blanc 73'  France 2–1  Croatia 1998, France 5Semi-finals July 8, 1998
97. Desailly, MarcelMarcel Desailly 48', 68'  France 3–0  Brazil 1998, France 5Final July 12, 1998
98. ZivkovicBoris Živković 59'  Croatia 0–1  Mexico 2002, Korea/Japan 5First round June 3, 2002
99. OzalanAlpay Özalan 86'  Turkey 1–2  Brazil 2002, Korea/Japan 5First round June 3, 2002
100. UnsalHakan Ünsal 24', 90'  Turkey 1–2  Brazil 2002, Korea/Japan 5First round June 3, 2002
101. Henry, ThierryThierry Henry 25'  France 0–0  Uruguay 2002, Korea/Japan 5First round June 6, 2002
102. Diao, SalifSalif Diao 62'  Senegal 1–1  Denmark 2002, Korea/Japan 5First round June 6, 2002
103. Ramelow, CarstenCarsten Ramelow 37', 40'  Germany 2–0  Cameroon 2002, Korea/Japan 5First round June 11, 2002
104. Suffo, PatrickPatrick Suffo 60', 77'  Cameroon 0–2  Germany 2002, Korea/Japan 5First round June 11, 2002
105. Caniggia, ClaudioClaudio Caniggia[1] 45'  Argentina 1–1  Sweden 2002, Korea/Japan 5First round June 12, 2002
106. Paredes, CarlosCarlos Paredes 4', 22'  Paraguay 3–1  Slovenia 2002, Korea/Japan 5First round June 12, 2002
107. CehNastja Čeh 81'  Slovenia 1–3  Paraguay 2002, Korea/Japan 5First round June 12, 2002
108. Jiayi, ShaoShao Jiayi 58'  China PR 0–3  Turkey 2002, Korea/Japan 5First round June 13, 2002
109. Pinto, JoãoJoão Pinto 29'  Portugal 0–1  South Korea 2002, Korea/Japan 5First round June 14, 2002
110. Beto,Beto 22', 66'  Portugal 0–1  South Korea 2002, Korea/Japan 5First round June 14, 2002
111. AcunaRoberto Acuña 90'  Paraguay 0–1  Germany 2002, Korea/Japan 5Second round June 15, 2002
112. MarquezRafael Márquez 88'  Mexico 0–2  United States 2002, Korea/Japan 5Second round June 17, 2002
113. Totti, FrancescoFrancesco Totti 22', 103'  Italy 1–2 aet  South Korea 2002, Korea/Japan 5Second round June 18, 2002
114. Ronaldinho 57'  Brazil 2–1  England 2002, Korea/Japan 5Quarter-finals June 21, 2002
115. John, AveryAvery John 15', 46'  Trinidad and Tobago 0–0  Sweden 2006, Germany 5First round June 10, 2006
116. Abalo, Jean-PaulJean-Paul Abalo 23', 53'  Togo 1–2  South Korea 2006, Germany 5First round June 13, 2006
117. Vashchuk, VladyslavVladyslav Vashchuk 47'  Ukraine 0–4  Spain 2006, Germany 5First round June 14, 2006
118. Sobolewski, RadosławRadosław Sobolewski 28', 75'  Poland 0–1  Germany 2006, Germany 5First round June 14, 2006
119. KezmanMateja Kežman 65'  Serbia and Montenegro 0–6  Argentina 2006, Germany 5First round June 16, 2006
120. Andre,Andre 44', 79'  Angola 0–0  Mexico 2006, Germany 5First round June 16, 2006
121. UjfalusiTomáš Ujfaluši 66'  Czech Republic 0–2  Ghana 2006, Germany 5First round June 17, 2006
122. De Rossi, DanieleDaniele De Rossi 28'  Italy 1–1  United States 2006, Germany 5First round June 17, 2006
123. Mastroeni, PabloPablo Mastroeni 45'  United States 1–1  Italy 2006, Germany 5First round June 17, 2006
124. Pope, EddieEddie Pope 21', 47'  United States 1–1  Italy 2006, Germany 5First round June 17, 2006
125. PerezLuis Pérez 27', 61'  Mexico 1–2  Portugal 2006, Germany 5First round June 21, 2006
126. NadjAlbert Nađ 17', 45'  Serbia and Montenegro 2–3  Ivory Coast 2006, Germany 5First round June 21, 2006
127. Domoraud, CyrilCyril Domoraud 41', 90'  Ivory Coast 3–2  Serbia and Montenegro 2006, Germany 5First round June 21, 2006
128. PolakJan Polák 35', 45'  Czech Republic 0–2  Italy 2006, Germany 5First round June 22, 2006
129. SimicDario Šimić 32', 85'  Croatia 2–2  Australia 2006, Germany 5First round June 22, 2006
130. Emerton, BrettBrett Emerton 81', 87'  Australia 2–2  Croatia 2006, Germany 5First round June 22, 2006
131. SimunicJosip Šimunić[2] 61', 93'  Croatia 2–2  Australia 2006, Germany 5First round June 22, 2006
132. Jaziri, ZiadZiad Jaziri 9', 45'  Tunisia 0–1  Ukraine 2006, Germany 5First round June 23, 2006
133. Lucic, TeddyTeddy Lucic 28', 35'  Sweden 0–2  Germany 2006, Germany 5Second round June 24, 2006
134. Costinha 31', 45'  Portugal 1–0  Netherlands 2006, Germany 5Second round June 25, 2006
135. Boulahrouz, KhalidKhalid Boulahrouz 7', 64'  Netherlands 0–1  Portugal 2006, Germany 5Second round June 25, 2006
136. Deco 73', 78'  Portugal 1–0  Netherlands 2006, Germany 5Second round June 25, 2006
137. van Bronckhorst, GiovanniGiovanni van Bronckhorst 59', 90'  Netherlands 0–1  Portugal 2006, Germany 5Second round June 25, 2006
138. Materazzi, MarcoMarco Materazzi 51'  Italy 1–0  Australia 2006, Germany 5Second round June 26, 2006
139. Gyan, AsamoahAsamoah Gyan 48', 81'  Ghana 0–3  Brazil 2006, Germany 5Second round June 27, 2006
140. CufreLeandro Cufré[1] 120'  Argentina 1–1 aet  Germany 2006, Germany 5Quarter-finals June 30, 2006
141. Rooney, WayneWayne Rooney 62'  England 0–0 aet  Portugal 2006, Germany 5Quarter-finals July 1, 2006
142. Zidane, ZinedineZinedine Zidane 110'  France 1–1 aet  Italy 2006, Germany 5Final July 9, 2006
143. Lodeiro, NicolásNicolás Lodeiro 65', 81'  Uruguay 0–0  France 2010, South Africa 5First round June 11, 2010
144. Ghezzal, AbdelkaderAbdelkader Ghezzal 59', 73'  Algeria 0–1  Slovenia 2010, South Africa 5First round June 13, 2010
145. LukovicAleksandar Luković 54', 74'  Serbia 0–1  Ghana 2010, South Africa 5First round June 13, 2010
146. Cahill, TimTim Cahill 56'  Australia 0–4  Germany 2010, South Africa 5First round June 13, 2010
147. Khune, ItumelengItumeleng Khune 76'  South Africa 0–3  Uruguay 2010, South Africa 5First round June 16, 2010
148. Kaita, SaniSani Kaita 33'  Nigeria 1–2  Greece 2010, South Africa 5First round June 17, 2010
149. Klose, MiroslavMiroslav Klose 12', 37'  Germany 0–1  Serbia 2010, South Africa 5First round June 18, 2010
150. Kewell, HarryHarry Kewell 24'  Australia 1–1  Ghana 2010, South Africa 5First round June 19, 2010
151. Kaká 85', 88'  Brazil 3–1  Ivory Coast 2010, South Africa 5First round June 20, 2010
152. Behrami, ValonValon Behrami 31'  Switzerland 0–1  Chile 2010, South Africa 5First round June 21, 2010
153. Gourcuff, YoannYoann Gourcuff 25'  France 1–2  South Africa 2010, South Africa 5First round June 22, 2010
154. Yahia, AntarAntar Yahia 76', 90'  Algeria 0–1  United States 2010, South Africa 5First round June 23, 2010
155. Estrada, MarcoMarco Estrada 21', 37'  Chile 1–2  Spain 2010, South Africa 5First round June 25, 2010
156. Costa, RicardoRicardo Costa 89'  Portugal 0–1  Spain 2010, South Africa 5Second round June 29, 2010
157. Melo, FelipeFelipe Melo 73'  Brazil 1–2  Netherlands 2010, South Africa 5Quarter-finals July 2, 2010
158. Suárez, LuisLuis Suárez 120'  Uruguay 1–1 aet  Ghana 2010, South Africa 5Quarter-finals July 2, 2010
159. Heitinga, JohnJohn Heitinga 56', 109'  Netherlands 0–1 aet  Spain 2010, South Africa 5Final July 11, 2010
160. Pereira, MaxiMaxi Pereira 94'  Uruguay 1–3  Costa Rica 2014, Brazil 5First round June 14, 2014
161. Palacios, WilsonWilson Palacios 28', 44'  Honduras 0–3  France 2014, Brazil 5First round June 15, 2014
162. , PepePepe 37'  Portugal 0–4  Germany 2014, Brazil 5First round June 16, 2014
163. Song, AlexAlex Song 40'  Cameroon 0–4  Croatia 2014, Brazil 5First round June 18, 2014
164. Katsouranis, KostasKostas Katsouranis 27', 38'  Greece 0–0  Japan 2014, Brazil 5First round June 19, 2014
165. Rebić, AnteAnte Rebić 89'  Croatia 1–3  Mexico 2014, Brazil 5First round June 23, 2014
166. Marchisio, ClaudioClaudio Marchisio 59'  Italy 0–1  Uruguay 2014, Brazil 5First round June 24, 2014
167. Valencia, AntonioAntonio Valencia 48'  Ecuador 0–0  France 2014, Brazil 5First round June 25, 2014
168. Defour, StevenSteven Defour 45'  Belgium 1–0  South Korea 2014, Brazil 5First round June 26, 2014
169. Duarte, ÓscarÓscar Duarte 42', 66'  Costa Rica 1–1 aet  Greece 2014, Brazil 5Second round June 29, 2014

Notes

  1. ^ a b From substitutes' bench
  2. ^ Josip Šimunić erroneously received three yellow cards (61', 90', 93+') from referee Graham Poll in the Croatia match against Australia before being sent off, but FIFA changed the report to include only 61' and 93' bookings.
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