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Derby County's Bradley Johnson was a lucky man after he bit into Stoke City's Joe Allen and walked away with only a yellow card.
Yes, the 31-year-old midfielder took a page out of Luis Suárez's book and went for an early snack on the 28-year-old Welshman.
It all took place after Oghenekaro Etebo received a straight red for a reckless challenge on Richard Keogh.
Check it out below.
Bradley Johnson taking a bite out of Joe Allen in the #DCFC v #SCFC game :flushed: pic.twitter.com/S4VTBJqOop
- talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) 28 November 2018
No punishment for Bradley Johnson... #SCFC 1-0 #DCFC pic.twitter.com/rzDbxjlJ1G
- Signal 2 (@Signal2Official) 28 November 2018
Johnson might have been able to avoid a red card from the referee, but he could face a ban if the incident is reviewed (and it probably will be, to be honest).
Bradley Johnson will get a retrospective ban for that, he's literally biting joe Allen scum
- J. (@FFCjack) 28 November 2018
Bradley Johnson has a bite mark and blood on his neck. Joe Allen says "nothing in it". Sorry Dan, tell me more about how the FA will see your tweet?...
- Andrew (@sim__and) 28 November 2018
Pretty sure it was the other way around mate. That Stoke shirt must have looked tasty to Bradley Johnson?! :yum: pic.twitter.com/ubeEsxFqpY
- Dan Huntley (@danhunt82) 28 November 2018
Just witnessed Bradley Johnson do a Suarez to Joe Allen whilst turning off Villa Forrest which is 3-3 at HT. What a wonderful league #EFL
- Daddy Deano (@avfcbhoy) 28 November 2018
Good management by Lampard. He knows Bradley Johnson is a sending off waiting to happen . And if the FA have anything about them he'll get 6 games for that .
- Martyn Millard (@mart_Goblin) 28 November 2018
Seeing as the ref saw the incident, can the FA retrospectively ban Bradley Johnson? I mean, the ref has obviously fucked up, but if he saw the incident and deemed it not to be a red, can he still be done?
- Frosty (@FrostyT2T) 28 November 2018
Should Johnson receive a ban?
Let us know in the comments.
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