HILDEBERTO PEREIRA was sent off after coming as a substitute to help Nottingham Forest rescue a point in a 2-2 draw at Villa Park.
Pereira, 20, came on in the 63rd minute and assisted Forest’s late equaliser in a four-goal encounter against Premier League relegated Aston Villa.
Pereira could not believe his second yellow for celebrating[/caption]
Pereira is on loan from Benfica B team[/caption]
The Portuguese played a clever one-two and making his way into the box before finding Henri Lansbury, who slotted home from 15 yards out.
However, Pereira picked up a second yellow card in the 88th minute when high emotions took him to celebrate with fans.
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The first yellow came less than two minutes before the sending off when he got involved in a dispute not related to him.
Apostolos Vellios smashed in Forest’s opener after the break, Villa’s Jordan Ayew hit the bar before creating Ross McCormack’s 72-minute equaliser and Rudy Gestede’s acrobatic finish put the hosts ahead two minutes after.
McCormack celebrates home equaliser[/caption]
Gestede scored a spectacular goal[/caption]
Lansbury equaliser means Forest climbed to 10th on ten points, while Villa have only won once in six Championship games so far this season.