Meh. If you end up with a red card for the tackle and a red card for another Saprissa player, I'd agree. Given the totality of events, 10 v 9 would be justice. The retaliation helps fuel the mass confrontation, so if you punish the mass confrontation appropriately then, yes, I think you have to send off the Union defender for the push, too. Or, if the referee had been firmer and stopped everything before it escalated after that push, perhaps with already having the red card out after the tackle, I could swallow 10 v 10. But if anyone were to tell me this needed to be just 10 v 10 for the tackle and the push, given everything that happened, I'd balk. The tackler tries to murder his opponent with a garbage challenge 100 yards from his own goal with no time left. Yes, the push is retaliation. Yes, it's gratuitous. Yes, you can certainly classify it as VC. But when you have a 10+ SFP challenge and maybe a 5 or 6 on the VC retaliation scale and it's the 94th minute of a match that didn't need the tackle...? Yeah, I can justify only a yellow for that retaliation.