Who Is The Most Aggressive Player in Football History?
Football evokes a wide range of emotions, including joy, frustration, disappointment, and, of course, rage. Footballers who are passionate and aggressive are always eager to make tackles, drag a shirt, argue with the referee, and handle the ball. Unruly behaviour is not tolerated in today’s football, and referees are quick to penalize offenders with cards.
We’ll take a look at the three most aggressive players so you can make your decision.
3. Mario Balotelli
Mario Balotelli, an Italian footballer, is regarded as one of the most violent football players in history due to his terrible and juvenile demeanour. He began his senior career in 2006 and has already played for eight different clubs. Brescia is currently where he is. “Super Mario” is a gifted but unpredictable performer. José Mourinho, his previous manager, once described him as “unmanageable.” For six different clubs, Balotelli has been sent off a total of 12 times.
2. Sergio Ramos
As Mohamed Salah can attest, Sergio Ramos has made a career out of questionable tackles and receiving bookings. After taking Liverpool’s talisman Salah out of the game with a ‘planned’ challenge in the Champions League final in 2018, the Los Blancos icon helped his side win their third Champions League trophy in a row. Ramos has more yellow and red cards than any other player in La Liga, the Champions League, or the history of the Spanish national team.
1. Diego Costa
Diego Costa, a regular striker for Atletico Madrid. He’s a talented player who was also a popular topic. Costa was suspended and fined after a series of altercations with other players. Costa was charged with several counts of aggressive behaviour by the Football Association. Costa had 91 yellow cards and eight red cards in his career. He was dubbed “the world’s most despised footballer” by a French publication.
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