Tyrone Mings: Bournemouth defender gets five-game ban for Ibrahimovic stamp

Posted on Mar 8 2017 - 9:07pm by admin

Manchester United's striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic (C) clashes in the air with Bournemouth's defender Tyrone Mings (L) during the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Bournemouth at Old Trafford on March 4, 2017

The 23-year-previous trod on Ibrahimovic's head all through the first half of Bournemouth's 1-1 draw at United last Saturday.

Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings has been given a five-fit ban for stamping on the head of Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the soccer association said on Wednesday.

Bournemouth said they had been "extremely disappointed" with the decision, which they described as "extraordinary".

Mings, 23, trod on Ibrahimovic’s head during the first half of Bournemouth’s 1-1 draw at United in the greatest League last Saturday.

Ibrahimovic retaliated by way of elbowing Mings in the head, for which he universal a 3-recreation ban on Tuesday.

"AFC Bournemouth’s Tyrone Mings will serve a 5-match suspension, following an impartial Regulatory commission hearing nowadays," the FA mentioned in a Twitter submit.

"Mings was once charged with violent habits with regards to an incident in or around the 44th minute of the sport towards Manchester United."

A Bournemouth commentary stated: "we will learn about the certain reasons of the fee after they transform on hand, but in finding it exceptional that the costs will also be described as ‘proven’ when there is absolutely no evidence to show the incident was intentional.

"it is our strongly held belief –- backed up with the aid of our relationship with the player and information of his historical past and character –- that it was an unintended collision.

"Tyrone twice apologised to Ibrahimovic all over the in shape for the unintentional collision and in addition reiterated that there was no intent straight after the ultimate whistle in a sequence of television interviews."

healthy referee Kevin pal didn’t spot both incident involving Mings and Ibrahimovic.

consequently, they have been pointed out a panel of three former elite referees, who unanimously concluded that both offences merited crimson playing cards.

Mings denied intentionally stamping on Ibrahimovic, announcing: "that is now not in my game. onerous and fair is how I like to sort out, but off-the-ball stuff like that’s not part of my game."

he will miss Bournemouth’s league video games against West Ham United, Swansea city, Southampton, Liverpool and Chelsea and is probably not on hand unless the shuttle to Tottenham Hotspur on April 15.

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