WATCH: Here’s how the world record for yellow cards was set

The South Pacific islanders had four men in the sin bin at the same time at one stage against Italy in 2013.

The Fijians were reduced to 11 men at one stage in the first half ,with Akapusi Qera [on 20 minutes], Asaeli Tikoirotuma [24], Masi Matadigo [25] and Nemani Nadolo [28] all sitting in the sin bin at the same time.

A second half yellow card for replacement Sisa Koyamaibole [67] meant the Flying Fijians set a new world record for the number of sin-binings for a single team in an international game. Italy, Georgia and England had previously shared the record of four.


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