Bad Boys XI

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During the Euro 2016 tournament, every player is fighting to make their home nations proud—except some are willing to fight more than others. Bettingexpert has taken a look at the track records for all of the players in this year’s tournament, and we’re highlighting the ones that aren’t afraid to cross a few lines to reach their goals.

The Worst Behaved Players of Euro 2016

During the Euro 2016 tournament, every player is fighting to make their home nations proud—except some are willing to fight more than others. Bettingexpert has taken a look at the track records for all of the players in this year’s tournament, and we’re highlighting the ones that aren’t afraid to cross a few lines to reach their goals.

Upcoming Bad Boy Head-2-Head

Bad Boy Head to Head-France v Romania

Ultimate Bad Boy Squad

When you're going for gold, you've got to have a few players that are willing to push a little harder to get the victory. We've collected the stats of all of this year's Euro players and assembled the toughest National team. The players have been selected based on their performance during the 2015-2016 season. 

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As we can see, Portugal is providing quite a few bad boy players, making up half of our squad's midfield. Romania is also supplying two tough players, with Steliano Filip providing a strong defense alongside Spain's Gerard Pique. Pique is the worst behaved player on the roster, having received 17 yellow cards and one red. The defense is (unsurprisingly) the toughest part of this squad, sharing a cumulative 65 yellow cards between them.

Top 10 Bad Boys of Each Group

Every team is bringing a few bad boys with them to France—but who is the toughest of each group? Below you can see the Top 10 Bad Boys of each group.

 


Group A


Group A
RankPlayerTeam# of Yellow Cards# of Red CardsBad Boy Rating*
1 Steliano Filip Romania 11 3 37
2 Ledian Memushaj Albania 8 3 31
3 Adil Rami France 13 1 31
4 Granit Xhaka Switzerland 7 3 29
5 Denis Alibec Romania 11 1 27
6 Tauland Xhaka Albania 7 2 24
7 Paul Pogba France 12 0 24
8 Christian Sapunaru Romania 11 0 22
9 Haris Seferovic Switzerland 11 0 22
10 Cosmin Moti Romania 8 1 21


Group B


Group B
RankPlayerTeam# of Yellow Cards# of Red CardsBad Boy Rating*
1 James Milner England 10 1 25
2 David Vaughan Wales 9 1 23
3 Juraj Kucka Slovakia 11 0 22
4 Chris Smalling England 11 0 22
5 Eric Dier England 11 0 22
6 Nathaniel Clyne England 11 0 22
7 Miroslav Stoch Slovakia 10 0 20
8 Dele Alli England 10 0 20
9 Chris Gunter Wales 9 0 18
10 Jamie Vardy England 6 1 17


Group C


Group C
RankPlayerTeam# of Yellow Cards# of Red CardsBad Boy Rating*
1 Shkodran Mustafi Germany 19 0 38
2 Olexandr Kucher Ukraine 7 3 29
3 Emre Can Germany 13 0 26
4 Corry Evans Northern Ireland 11 0 22
5 Kamil Glik Poland 11 0 22
6 Grzegorz Krychowiak Poland 11 0 22
7 Yaroslav Rakitskiy Ukraine 11 0 22
8 Taras Stepanenko Ukraine 11 0 22
9 Thiago Cionek Poland 8 1 21
10 Josh Magennis Northern Ireland 10 0 20


Group D


Group D
RankPlayerTeam# of Yellow Cards# of Red CardsBad Boy Rating*
1 Gerard Pique Spain 17 1 39
2 Sergio Ramos Spain 12 2 34
3 Milan Badelj Croatia 12 1 29
4 Selcuk Inan Turkey 12 1 29
5 Mikel San Jose Spain 10 1 25
6 Oguzhan Ozjakup Turkey 12 0 24
7 Darijo Srna Croatia 9 1 23
8 Sime Vrsaljko Croatia 9 1 23
9 Tin Jedvaj Croatia 6 2 22
10 Marek Suchy Czech Republic 11 0 11


Group E


Group E
RankPlayerTeam# of Yellow Cards# of Red CardsBad Boy Rating*
1 Pontus Wernbloom Sweden 18 0 36
2 Laurent Ciman Belgium 8 3 31
3 Radja Nainggolan Belgium 12 1 29
4 Shane Duffy Republic of Ireland 10 1 25
5 Marco Parolo Italy 12 0 24
6 Kim Kallstrom Sweden 12 0 24
7 Simone Zaza Italy 9 1 23
8 Daniele De Rossi Italy 11 0 22
9 James McClean Republic of Ireland 8 1 21
10 Michy Batshuayi Belgium 10 0 20


Group F


Group F
RankPlayerTeam# of Yellow Cards# of Red CardsBad Boy Rating*
1 Adrien Silva Portugal 14 1 33
2 Ricardo Quaresma Portugal 11 2 32
3 Bruno Alves Portugal 12 1 29
4 Andre Gomes Portugal 14 0 28
5 Marc Janko Austria 10 1 25
6 Nani Portugal 10 1 25
7 Attila Fiola Hungary 9 1 23
8 Stefan Ilslanker Austria 11 0 22
9 Emil Hallfredsson Iceland 11 0 22
10 Danilo Pereira Portugal 11 0 22

*Bad Boy Rating is awardedthrough a point scale. Yellow Cards=2pts; Red Cards=5pts. 

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