Fans outraged after Valeriy Bondar escapes a red card for ‘wiping out’ Scotland star Che Adams

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‘This isn’t red because he’s the last man. It’s red because it’s assault!’: Pundits and fans outraged after Ukraine defender Valeriy Bondar escapes a red card for ‘wiping out’ Scotland star Che Adams during UEFA Nations League clash

  • Valeriy Bondar was fortunate to escape a red card for ‘wiping out’ Che Adams 
  • The Ukraine defender poleaxed the striker towards the end of the first-half 
  • Suggestion appeared to be that he had not prevented a goalscoring opportunity

Scottish football pundit Michael Stewart joined outraged fans in slamming the decision not to send off Valeriy Bondar for ‘wiping out’ Scotland star Che Adams.

The Ukraine defender poleaxed the striker towards the end of the first-half but avoided being sent off and was shown a yellow card by the referee. 

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The suggestion from the official appeared to be that Bondar was not last man and he had not prevented a goalscoring opportunity.

Valeriy Bondar was fortunate to escape a red card for ‘wiping out’ Scotland star Che Adams

However, fans branded it ‘assault’ as Bondar had no intention of playing the ball.

And former Hearts and Hibs midfielder Stewart was adamant that the 23-year-old should have seen red due to the force in which he collided with Adams.

Stewart told Premier Sports: ‘That tackle I think perhaps justifies a red card.

‘He absolutely wipes Che Adams out there. Of course he’ll be thinking there’s defenders there who are helping out to produce just a yellow card, but you watch Bondar here. He absolutely wipes him out.

The Ukraine defender poleaxed the striker towards the end of the first-half

The Ukraine defender poleaxed the striker towards the end of the first-half

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‘That to me is a red card.’

One fan tweeted: ”This isn’t red because he’s the last man. It’s red because it’s assault!’

Another fan said: ‘Never mind whether this was a goalscoring opportunity, It was assault.’

And a third fan said: ‘Absolutely shocking… red card every day.’

The suggestion from the official appeared to be that Bondar was not last man

The suggestion from the official appeared to be that Bondar was not last man

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Fellow pundit Kenny Miller insisted the referee made the right call.

The former Celtic and Rangers striker joked: ‘It’s an orange.

‘I don’t think it’s a red card. I think he has got it right. Firstly, it’s brilliant striker play from Che Adams.

‘I think the defender knows he’s not getting it so steps across the line and because of the power of the running from Che Adams that’s where a bit of the force is.

‘I think he’s got it right. It might be an orange but it’s not a red.’

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