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    Default A yellow and a red during same point

    Unfortunately this video is in bad quality.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYep_qD0XWw

    Here is the situation: KKK asked for water break but umpire told them to play, but he went to grab his water bottle anyways. So naturally, yellow card should be given. After that, it seemed like Tan wanted a mopping but the umpire instructed the players to play, and with KKK walking to wipe off his sweat, the umpire then gave a red card for delaying the game further after the umpire specifically told them to play.

    Your thoughts? (I'm pretty sure I know what most of your thoughts will be already :P)

    Edit: I tried to download the whole match, but unfortunately it ended at 7-4 in the 3rd game

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    Oops sorry, did not know a topic was already made. I would think it would be made in this section.


    Thanks!

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