In the June 10th Copa America match between USA and Paraguay, USA defender DeAndre Yedlin was cautioned with a yellow card, and then 57 seconds later was cautioned a second time and sent off for accumulation of two yellows. Is this the shortest time between two cautions for one player? Limit answers to senior international and professional teams.
This is different that the question found here: Can a player receive two yellow cards if advantage is played?. Both cards could be awarded at the same stoppage of play, but I am looking for a case of "A player knows he has been cautioned, but immediately proceeds to commit another offense" instead of "player commits two offenses when he technically doesn't know he was going to be cautioned for the first offense".