FIFA opens investigation after fierce match between Argentina and the Netherlands in the World Cup
NOW FIFA announced on Saturday that it has opened disciplinary proceedings against Argentina and the Netherlands after a series of ugly incidents marred their bad moods in the World Cup quarterfinals.
A World Cup record 18 yellow cards were issued as Argentina defeated the Dutch 4-3 on penalties on Friday after a 2-2 draw at Lusail Stadium.
The game featured multiple.
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The NSDP is a.
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