Anno had a very early red. Clear that it was given on the recommendation of Brian Poeschel. Keeper sent off for SFP (definitely not DOGSO, as two of the conditions weren't even close to met). I always wonder a bit about these. SFP for the level of force and the lateness seems correct. But on the other hand, we allow goalkeepers to absolutely clear out their opponents if they pick the ball off their feet first. Seems like we lack consistency of application here, and it basically stems from tradition. If that had been in the box and the keeper got his hand to the ball, we wouldn't have seen a penalty called; outside the area, with no touch, it's SFP. It sort of runs counter to the theory that we punish the nature of the tackle, not the result.