Monday, 24 July 2017

Big blow for Manchester United

Manchester United defender Eric Bailly has been handed a three-game suspension in European competition, following his red-card against Celta Vigo in May.

The Ivory Coast international was dismissed during the closing stages of the Europa League semi-final second leg at Old Trafford as he appeared to strike former Manchester City striker John Guidetti in the face.

Bailly was demonstrated a straight red card by Romanian ref Ovidiu Hategan for lashing out at Celta striker John Guidetti amid a late fracas at Old Trafford. 

The Ivory Coast global at that point defied Facundo Roncaglia who was likewise sent off. 

It's comprehended that Bailly and Roncaglia must be isolated as they went down the passage, and this was mulled over by UEFA when they chose to broaden the boycott.

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