Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos became the Champions League's dirtiest ever player after picking up yet another booking.
The Spain international managed to overtake a genuine Premier League legend as his yellow card saw him move up into first place in the list.
The three-time European Cup winner leapfrogged Manchester United great Paul Scholes, who he was tied on with 36 cautions.
After downing Paris Saint-Germain's Javier Pastore, Real's number four was confronted with an all too familiar sight of being brandished a yellow.
His tally of 37 in the Champions League includes two second bookings and a straight red to boot.
It would come as no surprise to anyone who has followed the World Cup winner's career as he's picked up a reputation as a hard-hitting centre half.Read More
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And it's not his only disciplinary record - he's the most booked player in the history of La Liga and also holds the record for the most red cards in that league with a staggering 19 dismissals.
Madrid are aiming to win an unprecedented third consecutive European Cup and knocked the Paris club out on Tuesday night en route to the quarter-finals.
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