These are the top English premier league teams with the most red cards. Recently Everton were leading the table for top reds but yesterday Arsenal got a red card during a North Derdy against Tottenham. At the start of this year Arsenal had more red cards than the goals they had scored but their manager Arteta improved the squad till their was no more red cards.
Arsenal felt the effect of the red card after they lost a very important game that would have given them a hundred percent that they would qualify for the champions league. Arsenal gave Son Tottenham Hotspur player the advantage of winning the Golden Boot award for scoring now 20 goals. Mohamed Salah is the leading goal top scorer with 22 goals although they is a number of penalty goals unlike son who is having 20 goals with zero penalties.
Chelsea are also leading with 82 red cards followed by Manchester United, Manchester City is only team that is not among the top team with most red cards.
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