The first red card of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia belongs to Colombia. Taking on Japan in the opening game of Group H on Tuesday, the Japanese team were on the verge of taking a 1-0 lead when Carlos Sanchez used his arm to stop a shot in which goalkeeper David Ospina was out of position after making an initial save. Sanchez was given a red card in the third minute of the game as a result, and it was the right call by the head official. Here's the handball and the penalty call:
And Japan made them pay as Shinji Kagawa finished the penalty kick with class for the 1-0 lead.
That's the second earliest red card in World Cup history, with Uruguay's Jose Batista still holding the record of 54 seconds from back in 1986.