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My team received a red card and then scored 11 goals.

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Have a look at the scoreline.

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Can't be real.

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Dani Alves received a red card on the 27min. Expected bombardments of attack from Ajax. Instead my team scored 11 goals. I feel kind of cheated that my team could score this many

Does anybody have this kind of scoreline too? It's a freaky scoreline I must say and that my opponents ARE strong, Ajax.

oh btw, after Dani Alves's red card, I subbed Fran Merida with Martin Montoya and moved to RWB position and moved Lionel Messi into AM position to supposedly gain more possession in the centre of the park, which was a wise move.

not to brag. but to share.

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The only games I've lost after going down to ten are games where I was already behind before the sending off.

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oh, don't see it as me bragging. As in, it's quite impossible to score 11 after a red card right?

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if you were Ajax and you were able to beat Barca with 10-men, we'd be more impressed

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I would be inclined to upload the PKM and let paul have a look, there is no way you should be scoring 11 goals against Ajax at the best of times, especially not if your down to 10 men.

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I'd agree with Milnerpoint, Ajax shouldn't be conceding 11 goals regardless of opposition especially after your down to 10

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