Bournemouth defender, Tyrone Mings, has been given a five-coordinate suspension for his stamp on Manchester United striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
The Football Association charged both Mings and Ibrahimovic with brutal direct on Monday, over occurrences in Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Old Trafford.
Mings seemed to venture on Ibrahimovic’s head, before the United man struck back with an elbow minutes after the fact.
The Swede has effectively acknowledged the charge and will serve a three-coordinate boycott, however Bournemouth challenged it.
In any case, an Independent Regulatory Commission discovered Mings blameworthy of brutal direct and he will miss Premier League diversions against West Ham, Swansea, Southampton, Liverpool and Chelsea.
“AFC Bournemouth’s Tyrone Mings will serve a five-coordinate suspension with quick impact, taking after an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing today,” an announcement from the FA on Wednesday evening read.
“The defender was accused of vicious lead in connection to an occurrence in or around the 44th moment of the diversion against Manchester United on Saturday [4 March 2017] which was not seen by the match authorities at the time yet got on video.
“Moreover, The FA asserted that the standard discipline of three matches which would some way or another apply for the offense submitted would be ‘plainly deficient.’
“The player denied both the charge and the claim, be that as it may, both matters were discovered demonstrated and a two-coordinate suspension was added by the Commission to the standard authorize for rough direct.”
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