When 18-year-old Brazilian forward Vinícius Júnior was signed to Real Madrid on a €45 million transfer this summer, there was probably some expectation on his end that his footballing life would change for the better. To a certain degree, it has. He’s been getting regular training reps in with the first team-featuring the likes of Gareth Bale, Sergio Ramos and Luka Modrić-but most of his game appearances have been with the reserves in the Spanish third division, Segunda División B. His most recent game with Real Madrid Castilla-the club’s reserve team-might be his most memorable one so far. Not only did he score two goals in an eventual 2-2 draw, he was also bitten in the head. No. 4 is Cristian Rodriguez Perez, a midfielder for Atletico Madrid’s reserve team, and the captain of his side. One would think that such an infraction would be worthy of a red card, but that would make too much sense for these officials. Both Vinícius and Perez were given yellow cards for the scuffle. Ah, the beautiful game.