World Cup 2010, Netherlands Vs. Uruguay: Martin Caceres Overheard Kick Attempt Catches Demy De Zeeuw In Face

Martin Cáceres has picked-up a yellow card after unintentionally kicking Demy de Zeeuw  in the face on a failed attempt at a bicycle kick.

In the 28th minute, Cáceres attempted an overhead kick at the edge of the Dutch penalty area, his right foot catching Dutch midfielder Demy de Zeeuw squarely in the face.  De Zeeuw stayed down on the pitch for two minutes before walking off the pitch glassy-eyed.

Wesley Sneijder picked up a yellow card  for confronting Cáceres after the incident.

The match remains 1-0, Netherlands in the 33rd minute.

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