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Ligue 1: Angers hit Nice- Nice defender Jean-Clair Todibo saw red after just nine seconds against Angers on Sunday and that includes…

Ligue 1: Angers beat Nice- Neat defender Jean-Clair Todibo saw red after just nine seconds against Angers on Sunday, and that includes the four seconds it took referee Bastien Dechepy to pull the card out of his pocket. Follow Ligue 1 updates on InsideSport.IN

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Ligue 1: Jean-Clair Todibo embarrassing red card just five seconds into Nice’s loss to Angers – Check out

Sofiane Boufal kicked off for Angers and passed to Adrien Hunou. He found striker Abdallah Sima rushing forward. Sima pushed the ball past Todibo, who stuck out a leg and tripped the striker. The game was five seconds old.

Sima would have been free on the edge of the penalty area. Dechepy, sprinting up from halfway, didn’t break stride as he fished the red card out of his back pocket. After a video review, the decision that Todibo was the last defender stood.

Nice hadn’t touched the ball before they were reduced to 10 men. Although Boufal was later sent off, Angers won 1–0.

“I don’t think it was a red card,” said Nice coach Lucien Favre, saying Dante and Jordan Lotomba covered. “It wasn’t a scoring opportunity.

“We would have won this match if we had played with eleven players.”

Ligue 1: Jean-Clair Todibo embarrassing red card just five seconds into Nice’s loss to Angers – Check out

Former Barcelona defender Todibo criticized the referee and the French league (LFP) on Twitter.

“An arbitrary decision that shocks me and condemns my team to start the game at a huge disadvantage,” he wrote.

“The referees’ decisions at the start of this season are very questionable, even scandalous, and I hope that the LFP will
something about it.”

Football statistics company Opta said it was the fastest red card since it began recording Ligue 1 statistics in 2006.

The previous Ligue 1 record was 39 seconds by Maxime Spano of Toulouse against Lille in 2014.

Global statistics are also scattered.

While there have been players red-carded for getting involved in brawls when coming on as a substitute, the fastest known red card from kick-off was after two seconds for swearing in a Sunday League match in England in 2000.

Ligue 1: Jean-Clair Todibo embarrassing red card just five seconds into Nice’s loss to Angers – Check out

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