Autor Igli - 21 August 2010 19:34
Cologne and Lebanon defender Youssef Mohamad earned the fastest red card in Bundesliga history on Saturday when he was sent off just 92 seconds into the new season against newly-promoted Kaiserslautern.
After Austrian striker E-
rwin Hoffer got around the back of the Cologne defence, Mohamad was the last defender and when he brought down Hoffer, referee Doctor Felix Brych showed him a straight red card.
It was twice as quick as the previous record set earlier this year when Mainz midfielder Andreas Ivanschitz saw red after just 188 seconds into the game against Nuremberg in April .