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In the 2006 world cup final both Zinadine Zidane and Marco Materazzi were shown the red card.
In the 1990 world cup final between Argentina and West Germany, played in Italy the Argentinean Marco Simone was sent of, Dezotti followed. So this was the first two players that were sent of since 1930.
First player ever to be sent off in a World Cup match was Peru's Mario de Las Casas against Romania in 1930.
Kevin Moran 1985
Roy Aitken of Celtic
Materazzi along with Zidane were sent of in the final with red cards.
Zidane of France during the 2006 world cup.
Kevin Moran of Manchester United was sent off for a professional foul on Peter Reid who was clean through on goal. He became the first player to receive a red card in an FA Cup Final.
The first player to be sent off at Wembley was Branko Stanovic, (wrong, see below) who was playing for Yugoslavia against Sweden in August 1948 during the Olympic Games soccer tournament. (Source: "News of the World" Football Annual 2006-2007, page 386.)The News of the World has got it wrong again! According to the FIFA website, there were only three sendings off at the 1948 Olympic Tournament (2 Turkish and 1 Austrian) and these teams did not play at Wembley - see link - http://www.fifa.com/tournaments/archive/tournament=512/edition=197049/statistics/index.html (Only the semis, bronze play off and final matches were played at Wembley)Unfortunately, I don't know who was the first player to be sent off at Wembley, but my guess would be Antonio Rattin who was playing for Argentina against England in the quarter final of the 1966 World Cup.Incidentally, the first player to be sent off in a Wembley final was not Kevin Moran (1985) but Syd Hynes(playing for Leeds versus Leigh, 1971 Rugby League Challenge Cup Final).