World Cup 2010 Final, Spain Vs. Netherlands: Giovanni Van Bronckhorst Earns Netherlands' Fourth Yellow Card

Dutch captain Giovanni van Bronckhorst took a smart yellow card in the match's 54th minute, having been beaten by Sergio Ramos on an attempted Spanish one-two, pulling the right back's jersey as Ramos attempted to go past.

The foul, which occurred 28 yards from goal, led to an innocuous direct kick chance that went out for a goal kick.

The match remains scoreless in the 57th minute.

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