World Cup 2010 Final, Spain Vs. Netherlands: Mark Van Bommel, Sergio Ramos Earn Yellow Cards

Two more yellow cards have been given out in Johannesburg, bringing the total to four shown by referee Howard Webb in the match's first 23 minutes.

Dutch midfielder Mark van Bommel has picked up a yellow card in the 22nd minute, sliding through the back of Andres Iniesta, taking up the Spanish midfielder.

One minute later, Sergio Ramos was shown yellow for taking out a Dutch attacker along the defense's right.

Now in the 26th minute, the World Cup final remains scoreless.

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