Leicester City's Caglar Soyuncu picked up a ridiculous red card vs Bournemouth

You won't see a stranger red card incident all season...

Leicester City defender Caglar Soyuncu may have picked up the stupidest red card of the season against Bournemouth.

The Turkish defender has enjoyed a brilliant campaign under Brendan Rodgers in 2019/20, but he proved in a few seconds versus the Cherries that he still has A LOT to learn.

After Dominic Solanke had scored to make it 2-1, the 24-year-old proceeded to kick a Bournemouth player to the floor in his own goal.

You can watch the bizarre incident below.

What on earth was he thinking?!

Soyuncu will now be banned for Leicester's remaining games of the season and his reckless actions could prove detrimental to the Foxes' hopes of qualifying for the Champions League next season.

Their ambitions of reaching the tournament in 2020/21 took a serious blow on the south coast, with Bournemouth running out 4-1 winners at the Vitality Stadium.

Jamie Vardy gave Leicester the lead in the first-half, but it was after the interval that Leicester pressed the self-destruct button.

Soyuncu's red card

In the 66th minute, Rodgers' side appeared to be cruising, but by the 70th minute they had given away a penalty, allowed Solanke to score his first Premier league goal for Bournemouth and were down to 10 men.

Things only got worse thereafter, with Jonny Evans turning into his own net and Solanke adding his second of the evening to secure a priceless 4-1 victory for Eddie Howe's side.

If Manchester United beat Southampton tomorrow evening at Old Trafford, Leicester will drop into fifth.

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