You could forgive a player engaging in some Adebayor-esque chicanery by inciting crowd trouble from the opposition fans. It's not a great thing to be doing but at least there's some rhyme and reason to it. What Internacional defender Fabricio did against Ypiranga Erechim last night was significantly less understandable. As, perhaps, was the referees reaction.
Drawing 0-0 at the time, Fabricio decided he didn't like what he was hearing from the crowd so he waited for a break in play to let them know exactly what he thought of them.
Cue referee's decision to send him off and Fabricio's borderline relieved reaction that he didn't have to be on the pitch anymore. Internacional went on to win the game 1-0 thanks to a goal from former Portsmouth maestro Andres D'Alessandro.