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OFF THE POST: Spiderman is red carded
August 15th, 2007 7AM



Pablo Salinas of Bolivia club The Strongest was red carded when he donned a Spiderman mask to celebrate a goal in his club's 2-0 win over La Paz archrival Bolivar on Sunday.

Salinas pulled the mask from his shorts and put it on his head after scoring in the 73rd minute, but the gesture earned him a second yellow card and he was sent off.

The win was The Strongest's first over Bolivar in 10 meetings dating back to 2005.

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