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INTER, Nagatomo: "First red card of my career"

08.10.2012 12.36 by TM W  read 1245
Source: inter.it
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The derby didn't last as long as he'd hoped and after the game it was natural for Yuto Nagatomo to look back on the two decisions that led to his sending off: "For the second one, obviously I would never have wanted to touch the ball with my arm, but it was an instinctive gesture. I touched it and the ref said it was a handball. I was disappointed but what mattered was that we got the win and I have my team-mates to thank for getting it. This is the first red card I've had in my professional career. I'm sorry it happened in the derby of all games."

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