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AND FINALLY… THE BIG TISSUE

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We all know South Americans go to ground easily, even after the lightest of touches. So, while we certainly don’t condone people throwing things onto the pitch, it doesn’t come as a surprise to see Paraguayan linesman (yes, we said linesman) Milciades Saldivar on the deck after being hit by a projectile. But what causes him such agony? A coin? Or glass bottle? Errr, not quite.

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