CHAPECOENSE star Rossi was sent off for inappropriately touching a Club Nacional player’s behind in the Copa Libertadores.
The forward decided to try an unusual way of winning the ball back, with his side already 3-0 down to Uruguayan opponents at the away clash in Montevideo.
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But pinching the behind of his opponent with six minutes left went down badly with the referee, who sent the bemused Brazilian star straight off.
He could have been inspired by former West Brom defender Gonzalo Jara, who got Argentina’s Edinson Cavani sent off while playing for Chile last year by putting his fingers up his rear end.
Kevin Ramirez, Rodrigo Aguirre and Tabare Viudez had all found the back of the net for Nacional before Rossi receiving his marching orders.
And Chapecoense had already had one man sent off in the match, which sees Nacional stay second in the group, with Chape third on three points.