Video- Pepe Red Card vs Barcelona Champions League 2011 Real Madrid

By Soccer Blog | Apr 27, 2011

This Pepe red card vs Barcelona saw Real Madrid reduced to ten men in the first leg of their Champions League 2011 Semifinal against their arch rivals. The Pepe red card came minutes after the Portuguese defender had played his part in getting Javier Mascherano a yellow card. Referee Wolfgang Stark awarded the Pepe red card against Barcelona for a studs up challenge on Barcelona’s Daniel Alves.

Pepe’s red card was however not the only red card awarded in the game, with Barca’s substitute keeper Jose Pinto and Real manager Jose Mourinho also getting red cards.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona- First Leg- 27/4/2011- Pepe Sending Off Video- 61st minute.

Video- Pepe Red Card- Champions League- vs Barcelona

Pepe Challenge on Dani Alves

( Credits of this Pepe Champions League red card ( Challenge on Dani Alves) video 2011 with uploaders)

18 Comments so far
  1. Jostaph DelMar April 28, 2011 4:23 pm

    a well-deserved red card, what’s funny is that Mourinho is blaming the world for this like his team didn’t deserve to lose *COWARDS* !!

  2. Ali April 28, 2011 11:32 pm

    “A well-deserved red card”
    1. He did not touch Alves.
    2. His foot was not high.

    Alves deserved a red card and a hefty fine for faking an injury, damaging the reputation of Pepe, and giving us a display of acting defying belief. As Rio Ferdinand said – “If you ever see me go off on a stretcher then run back on to play, I give everyone on here the green light to him me with a two-footed tackle.”

    This is a shameful time to be a Barcelona FC fan.

  3. Smart April 28, 2011 11:43 pm

    Morinho does not have a complete formula against Barca…It is not only to defend well and pack the mid field but also u don’t have to commit to rough tackle…

  4. madridfan April 29, 2011 1:01 am

    watch this

    he doesnt touch him, its a 50/50 ball, dani alves spins cuz of the momentum
    why talk bad about mourinho when u dont know anything?

  5. Gayo April 29, 2011 1:03 pm

    It is a shame to football. I suggest Alves to get a lifetime ban bse this is not the first time he is pretending.

  6. Joe April 29, 2011 2:02 pm

    did not deserve a red card as well. just another example of an injury completely faked. happens at 3 times every game. man up soccer players. man up.

  7. TJ April 29, 2011 4:33 pm

    any real Madrid fans trying to get some revenge for the loss…your opinions are invalid, because this does not change anything…on topic…i think alves should be suspended and fined for this act….honestly what do these professional players take soccer for?…i see messi or C.ronaldo get tackled and i dont see them complaining about it…or faking it… annoys me when i see players fighting and faking injury on the field…ya dani alves is not the first person to do it but i think the fifa community or whoever is calling the shots should take some steps into stopping BS like this from occurring often

  8. Enric April 29, 2011 7:36 pm

    The video from Punto Pelota (one of the videos posted above) has been edited.. Check this other video in which they compare the real frame from HD video with the edited one..

    It is not a shameful time to be a FCB fan at all… Instead, I would say it is a VERY shameful time to be a RMadrid fan…

  9. nica April 29, 2011 7:38 pm

    stop the video on 18-19, 37, 48, 59 th seconds, please……..

    and i m proud of being fan of barca!

  10. nica April 29, 2011 7:39 pm

    but agree that red was avoidable…..

  11. Alex April 29, 2011 9:16 pm

    Here is clear view that Pepe didn’t touch Dani alves foot. The picture put Barca in their place – Barca is team of simulators and theatre actors but not football players

  12. Roger April 30, 2011 7:34 am

    Downlad the video and watch it slow mo.
    Yuo’ll se it has been edited

  13. johnsayee April 30, 2011 9:23 am

    i am not a fan of Jose Mourinho, but i think he is right on this one. Those referees normally destroy big games. I personally think the referee was wrong on the red card. What ever happen to that great Italian referee call Colina. He was the best for big games.


  14. jose April 30, 2011 6:56 pm

    it was a shame for FC. barca. a shame for pep guardiola and Dani alvez as well. I am a real fan but i have my conscience, Pepe did not touch Dani alvez. all people around the world have seen that. this is not justice.
    thats it!

  15. Charles April 30, 2011 10:56 pm

    When one commits a foul should be penalised, Its better we judge all the fouls of all the said big matches and see their validity. Attacking Barca coach is not fair, he teachs football and he wins -this is what is required to, you want him loose so that justice could be seen?.
    Think of if that Pepe’s card was given during a league 1 match and it was Barca against Attletico M, would these words come in the same way like how it is now happening.
    Stretching convinces a refferee to award one a card however, Alves exaggeratred in case there is punishment for exaggeration then let it take its way.

  16. April 30, 2011 11:14 pm

    what an actor!!
    Real shouldn’t receive the credit, barce should. here are some
    suggestion for the next academy award:

    Best Directing – Pep Guardiola
    Best Actor in a Leading Role – Daniel Alves
    Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Sergio Busquets

    this is a bigger achievement for Barce then their trebles.
    If they do contact, alves will not be playing for the rest game, unless he magically recover.

  17. WTF May 1, 2011 11:01 am

    wtf, pepe deserved this red card. its Soccer not kung fu… he is so violent in every game, i hate him. what a loser.

  18. Timo May 10, 2011 7:07 pm

    How could Pepe get a red car…. !!! Think … He didn’t touch Alves leg but Alves had so pain in his feet that after they took him out of the plan, he comes back in 2 minutes… Is that possible? Have the doctor magic powers or what?…. There is no sense. The match shouldn’t end so and Real whould be in Champions League Final not Barcelona. I thought Barcelona was better than this, but i thought wrong.

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