Ex-EPL referee shocked as player reverses his yellow card

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Former English Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg etched his name in history by overturning a yellow card during a charity match.

The game, held at the London Stadium in East London, drew a massive crowd of 60,000 spectators, and an additional 2.5 million viewers watched the livestream on YouTube.

Clattenburg, the ex-Premier League referee, officiated this highly anticipated match for the second consecutive year.

The showdown featured the Sidemen facing off against the YouTube All-stars, with the Sidemen emerging victorious with an 8-5 win.

Despite it being a charity match, Clattenburg didn’t leave his cards behind.

When YouTube star Max Fosh committed a foul against Simon Minter, the referee brandished his yellow card.

Fosh responded hilariously by pulling out an Uno reverse card and playfully waving it at Clattenburg, turning the tables in a lighthearted moment that delighted many spectators.

This charity event raised a substantial amount of funds for Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), the youth charity Teenage Cancer Trust, and the wish-granting charity Rays of Sunshine.

Within a mere two hours, the game had generated an impressive £2.4 million for these noble causes.

Given the success and enthusiasm surrounding this event, it’s likely that the YouTube stars will organize another charity match in the coming year.

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