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Former Notts County loanee Michael Petrasso gets Zlatan Ibrahimovic sent off

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Michael Petrasso, who had a bright loan spell at Notts County in the 2014-15 season, has found himself having a bit of a spat with Zlatan "Humble" Ibrahimovic.

The former QPR man is now at Montreal Impact and, during a game with LA Galaxy, he stepped on Zlatan's foot, and the big Swede retaliates with a clip round the ear, followed by a comical, synchronised going to ground between the two.

Petrasso was booked, but the Lion God or whatever he calls himself nowadays... sent off!


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I don't see why Petrasso got the yellow card, it was soft and I think common sense would have seen Zlatan yellowed himself (rather than a red).

Very soft decision really, but the States loves drama like this.

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