Ghana midfielder, Bismark Adjei-Boateng saw red in KuPs elimination from the Finland Cup on Wednesday.
KuPs lost on penalties to FC Inter after an 8-goal thriller which saw both sides score 4 apiece in regulation time.
The home side, FC Inter led the game on the 6th minute from Aniekpeno Udoh.
With just 15 minutes played, KuPs fetched the leveler through Jusso Haemaelaeinen.
FC Inter had other ideas with Brazilian import, Rangel sending them into the lead on the 28th minute.
Back from the break, Urho Nissila made the score 3-1 for FC Inter which drew KuPs out of their shells to fight for goals.
On the 73rd minute, Timo Furuholm reduced the deficit for KuPs to put the game at 2-3.
The woes of Bismark Adjei-Boateng began when he was yellow-carded on the 75th minute.
KuPs pulled the 3-3 equalizer on the 76th minute through Connor Ruane’s penalty.
On the 77th minute, KuPs were reduced to 10-men when Bismark Adjei-Boateng received a second yellow to be sent off.
Usmani Sale scored the fourth for FC Inter on the 79th minute with KuPs equalizing on the 85th minute through Timo Furuholm.
FC Inter won the game via a 4-2 penalty shoutout to send KuPs out of the competition.