Kieran Gibbs' red card: Four other famous refereeing clangers

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Four famous refereeing clangers

As Kieran Gibbs is wrongly sent off during Arsenal's 6-0 defeat at Chelsea, BBC Sport looks back at four other examples where football match officials have got it wrong.

Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain used his hands to deflect Eden Hazard's shot but referee Andre Marriner showed Gibbs the red card, despite Oxlade-Chamberlain's efforts to tell him he had handled the ball.

Graham Poll's infamous three yellow cards at the 2006 World Cup is included, as is Spain's disallowed goal against South Korea in 2002.

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