It is the famous match of 1962 FIFA World Cup between Chile and Italy in Santiago on June 2 which led to the introduction of red and yellow cards for referees in football matches. This famous match is known to be one of the most violent football games in the history and gained the nickname of ‘Battle of Santiago’. The violent level can be imagined with the fact that two players were sent off, punches were thrown and police interruption was required. The referee was Ken Aston who went on to invent red and yellow cards. Somehow, the match was completed with Chile winning the contest by 2-0 against Italy.