The striker had scored before being given his marching orders
Everton’s Cenk Tosun was sent off playing for Turkey for making a throat-slitting gesture at one of his own fans.
Tosun was given his marching orders in a game where he had earlier scored during the 2-2 draw in a friendly against Tunisia.
The striker was dismissed just five minutes after scoring a penalty in the game at the Stade de Geneve.
The incident brought the game to a halt for several minutes as Tosun started to charge towards the sidelines and point into the crowd.
He was restrained by concerned team-mates as Turkey’s coaching staff and the match officials looked on in confusion.
Tosun was pushed back into the pitch but then ran closer to the stands again where he made the throat-slitting gesture at the fan.
Swiss referee showed Tosun a straight red, leaving Turkey with ten men for the rest of the game.
The 26-year-old left the pitch with the score locked at 1-1 after Anice Badri cancelled out his opening strike.
Tunisia then turned the game around when Ferjani Sassi scored in the 79th minute.
But Turkey snatched a late draw through Caglar Soyuncu’s 90th-minute goal.
Tunisia are finalists at this summer’s World Cup and take on England in their first game at the Volgograd Arena on Monday, 18th June.