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send_off (verb)


  1. Two minutes later the Italian side's hopes took a further blow when [referee Eric Poulat]REFEREE sent off [Christian Panucci]OFFENDER [for elbowing Krzynowek]OFFENSE when the two players rose for a header.
  2. Leverkusen threw men forward in search of the equaliser but there was no way back when [Voronin]OFFENDER was sent off on 82 minutes. [1077163 / p11]
  3. As Turkish players returned to their half, [Grønkjær]OFFENDER got himself involved in a heated exchange and was sent off [for violent conduct]OFFENSE, completely altering the face of the game. [75191 / p5]
  4. [Djordjevic]OFFENDER was sent off [for felling Carvalho]OFFENSE to concede the penalty, which denied the midfield player a second goal following his 69th-minute opener. [80116 / p2]

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Frame elements

OFFENDER [Player] OFFENSE [Offense] REFEREE [Referee]

sent off Christian Panuccifor elbowing Krzynowekreferee Eric Poulat
was sent off Voronin
was sent off Grønkjærfor violent conduct
was sent off Djordjevicfor felling Carvalho