If you see a red card in the Brazil-Argentina match in September, you will have to suffer in the World Cup.
Whether the match will take place or not, but where it will take place, is still in doubt. FIFA has said that the World Cup qualifier between Brazil and Argentina, which was postponed last September, will be played on Brazilian soil in September this year. But Argentina has an objection to play the match, the Brazil coach wanted the match to be on any field in Europe.
But in the end, wherever it is, the match is coming with a fear for the players of Brazil and Argentina. If a player from Brazil or Argentina sees a red card in this match, they should be banned from the World Cup match. So brazil-argentina will have to suffer in the World Cup.
The match between Brazil and Argentina in the World Cup qualifiers in Sao Paulo, Brazil in September last year went well. But four Argentine players who played for the English club hid information about the coronation rules when they entered Brazil, alleging that officials from Anvisa, a health care provider in Sao Paulo, entered the field five minutes into the match. They wanted to take those four players off the field. But that did not happen in the end, and the untimely death of the match is there.
Brazil and Argentina have secured a place in the World Cup
Without playing that match, Brazil and Argentina have secured a place in the World Cup in Qatar as the top two teams in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in South America. Both teams were unbeaten in the remaining 16 matches. After all, the rest of the matches of the World Cup qualifiers are over. In such a situation, Argentina does not see any need to play the match.
Although Brazil did not say anything directly about it, their coach wanted it to be in Europe if the match was to take place. Because, at a time when the European club season is about to begin, Brazil-Argentina players will have to endure long flights from Europe to Brazil to play an ‘unnecessary’ match.
At other times, the World Cup is at the break of the club season in June-July, but this time it will be in November-December between the club seasons. That’s why the club season will be in a hurry this time, there will be less breaks between matches than before. But FIFA wants to keep the rules intact. That is why it was decided to hold the match in Brazil. That match will be a couple of months before the start of the World Cup in Qatar.
But around this seemingly worthless match, the Argentine website TYC Sports is expressing another apprehension. If anyone sees a red card in this match, they will have to suffer for it in the World Cup.
The ban is effective in official matches
Citing Article 65 of the FIFA Code of Conduct, which has been in effect since 2019, TYC wrote that if someone sees a red card in a match outside the tournament or if the ban does not apply to the tournament in which they saw the card (in which case the Latin World Cup qualifiers) will end. The ban will take effect in the next official match of the national team.
After the Brazil-Argentina match in September, the next FIFA recognized ‘official’ match between Brazil and Argentina is in that World Cup! Argentina’s World Cup campaign will begin with a match against Saudi Arabia, Brazil’s first match in the World Cup against Serbia.
In other words, if a player from Argentina sees a red card against Brazil in September (unless something terrible happens, the ban will be for one match) as a punishment, the player will not be able to play against Saudi Arabia in the World Cup. And if Brazil sees a red card against Argentina, they will not be able to play against Serbia.