Every player always acts on the interest of his team. At times one may end up commiting a foul in the process of defending his team from conceding goals. These are the top 5 players with most yellow cards in the English Premier League 2022/2023 season.
1. Ruben Neves - The Wolverhampton central defensive midfielder has received 6 yellow cards in the 12 English Premier League matches he has played this season. He scored 1 goal and received 1 yellow card in 1-1 draw against Brentford in game week 14.
2. Antony Gordon - The Everton footballer has received 6 yellow cards in the 12 English Premier League matches he has played in the 2022/2023 season.
3. Bruno Fernandes - He is the third player with most yellow cards in the English Premier League this season. The Manchester United attacking midfielder has received 5 yellow cards in EPL this season. He was awarded yellow card in their game week 14 1-0 win against West Ham United last weekend.
4. Ivan Toney - The Brentford striker has received 5 yellow cards in EPL this season. He received 1 yellow card in their 1-1 draw against Wolverhampton last weekend.
5. Adam Smith - He has received 5 yellow cards in the 13 EPL matches he has played for AFC Bournemouth this season. He received 1 yellow card and gave 1 assist in their 2-3 loss to Tottenham Hotspur in game week 14.
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