Being booked by a yellow card results as a result of commiting a foul. These are the 4 players with most yellow cards in the English Premier League 2021/2022 season.
1. Mohammed Salisu - The Southampton player is the player with most yellow cards in the EPL. He has received 9 yellow cards this season. He received one yellow card in their gameweek 22 EPL 3-1 loss to Wolves last weekend.
2. Michail Antonio - He has received 6 yellow cards in the English Premier League this season. He received one yellow card in West Ham United's 2-3 loss to Leeds United last weekend. He gave one assists in the match.
3. Bruno Fernandes - The Manchester United attacking midfielder has received 6 yellow cards in EPL this season. Though he scored two goals in their gameweek 22 EPL 2-2 draw against Aston Villa, he received one yellow card in the match.
4. Raul Jimenez - He has also received 6 yellow cards in EPL this season. The Wolvehampton foward was awarded a yellow card in their 3-1 win against Southampton last weekend. He scored one goal in tge match.
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