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When a player gets a red card in a game, they leave the pitch and no substitute is brought on,thus leaving the team to play with 10 players. After the goalkeeper is sent off the manager of the team appoints a goalie from the remaining ten players which then safe guards the goalpost.
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With Liverpool winning 2-0 with 14 minutes left to play, the Reds were reduced to 10 men when goalkeeper Alisson Becker was shown a straight red card.
In more extreme cases they give the defender a yellow card (warning), a 2-minute penalty, or a red card (disqualification). For rough fouls they can also order two-minute expulsions or a red card without having to warn the player. A player who is disqualified may be substituted with another player after two minutes.
Goalkeepers can also get red cards due to offensive language against their opponents or against the referee of the match. They might also get a red card if they decide to hit one of the opponent players or the referee on purpose. A goalie might also get a red card if they block the ball with their hands when it’s outside the penalty area. If the goalie stops a clear chance of scoring by committing a handball outside the penalty area, then they get a red card.
And if, by deliberately handling the ball outside his penalty area, the goalkeeper denies an obvious goal-scoring opportunity (DOGSO), he might be sent off (shown a red card). It’s worth noting that three years ago, football’s Laws of the Game re-defined what constitutes DOGSO. Previously, it had merited an automatic red card.
Handball doesn't require a card at all. You'd give a card based on the same criteria as any other foul. If it denies a promising attack, yellow card, if it denies an obvious goalscoring opportunity it's a red. In this situation it looks like a striker has an easy chance to score if he doesn't handle it.
Offenses a player can get a red card for: denying the opposing team a goal or an obvious goal-scoring opportunity by a handball offense (except a goalkeeper within their penalty area) denying a goal or an obvious goal-scoring opportunity to an opponent whose overall movement is towards the offender’s goal by an offense punishable by a free-kick