Jude Bellingham receives a two-match ban for Mestalla’s expulsion | Soccer | Sports


The Disciplinary Committee of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) sanctioned Real Madrid’s English player Jude Bellingham with two matches this Wednesday for his expulsion at the end of last Saturday’s match with a direct red card in Mestalla. The white club’s legal department is already preparing the appeal and, according to official sources from the entity, they will take the case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (TAD) if necessary. If he served the two suspension matches, he would miss the duels against Celta, this Sunday at the Bernabéu, and Osasuna, the following Saturday in Pamplona.

The Committee’s resolution rejected Madrid’s allegations in defense of the English player and imposed two matches on the Madrid player for attitudes of contempt or inconsideration towards the referees, with an accessory fine of 700 euros for the club and 600 for the player, in application of article 144 of the Code. Disciplinary of the RFEF.

Bellingham headed into the net in the 98th minute a cross from Brahim Díaz that would have made it 2-3 for the whites at the moment in which the referee signaled the end of the game, without validating the goal, and was later sent off with a card direct red for speaking “in an aggressive attitude and shouting,” according to Gil Manzano’s arbitration report. “After the end of the match and still on the field of play, he ran towards me in an aggressive and shouting attitude, repeating ‘it’s a fucking goal’ on several occasions,” the referee wrote in the minutes. .

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