See FK Haugesund’s Haris Hajradinovic sent off for fighting with the goalkeeper on his own team who got mad at him for bringing down a Strømsgodset attacker and conceding a penalty as the two sides clashed in the Norwegian Tippeligaen on Sunday evening.
With Haugesund already down to ten men, the referee awarded a penalty to the home team in the 79th minute following a clumsy challenge on the edge of the area from the 22-year-old Bosnian, currently on loan to the club from Belgian side Gent.
Angry at what the young midfielder had done, Haugesund goalkeeper Per Kristian Worre Bråtveit ran over to his team-mate to confront him.
A heated argument ensues, during which Hajradinovic appears to lash out towards the even younger 20-year-old goalie’s face.
The referee has a brief discussion with one of his assistants before deciding to show Hajradinovic a red card.
The game finished with 2-0 to Strømsgodset with Haugesund left with only nine players remaining as the final whistle blew at the Marienlyst Stadium.
Spin to 3:26 in the highlights video below to see Haris Hajradinovic sent off for fighting with his team-mate after conceding the penalty.
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