Football is one of the most competitive sports with strict rules. When one breaks these rules there are penalties in form of yellow cards. These are the top 10 footballers with most yellow cards in 2022.
1. Gianluca Mancini - The Italian defender who plays for Roma received 20 yellow cards in the 45 matches he played in 2022. He has received 7 yellow cards in the 2022/2023 season.
2. Neymar Junior - The Brazilian winger is the second player with most yellow cards in 2022. He received 19 yellow cards in the 43 matches he played in 2022. He has played 21 matches for PSG this season in which he has received 6 yellow cards.
3. Sergej Milinkovic-Savic - The Serbian midfielder played 38 matches in all competitions in 2022 in which he received 18 yellow cards. He has received 6 yellow cards in the 2022/2023 season.
Italian central midfielder Marco Verratti, Sergio Bisquets, Rodrigo Bentancur and Argentine left back Marcos Acuna each received 18 yellow cards in 2022.
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