The Mexican World Cup Referee Marco Rodríguez Moreno has been suspended for five matches by the Mexican Football Federation due to a maverick campaign.
Rodríguez was in charge of the Mexican league final between UANL Tigres and Santos, when he issued two yellow cards at the same time. You may find the situation here. (for those who want to see the reds as well: minute 12, minute 68 (x2))
The responsible General Secretary of the Mexican federation stated that his move "was not anything which is considered in the rules of referees" and moreover exposed that the two-time World Cup Referee "failed the responsibilities and task of a referee".
Rodríguez took part in two FIFA World Cups where he oversaw two Group Stage matches each. Furthermore, he assisted his compatriot Benito Archundia in 2010 FIFA World Cup's 3rd place match between Uruguay and Germany as 4th official.
He is working as teacher for the German school of Mexico City.
In the course of the match, Rodríguez issued seven yellow cards and dismissed three players.
Obviously, Rodríguez did not learn from this aftermath the German referee Thomas Metzen had to cope with who made the same move (s.b.).