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In reaction to Manchester United’s player receiving a red card, the UEFA disciplinary tribunal has declared a match ban

In Manchester United’s defeat to FC Copenhagen, Marcus Rashford was sent off. In the upcoming weeks, a UEFA disciplinary board will meet to determine the severity of the punishment.

At Parken, United was defeated 4 goals to 3.

After giving his team a 2-0 lead, Rasmus Hojlund seemed to have everything under control for the Red Devils.

But in the 42nd minute, Rashford received a contentious red card that drastically altered the course of the match.

Copenhagen tied the game with two goals before the half.

Bruno Fernandes’ penalty kick goal gave United a little lead in the second half, but Jacob Neestrup’s squad responded with two goals in five minutes to humiliate United.

Following the final whistle, Hojlund addressed the media and stated that Rashford’s ejection was the reason the Red Devils lost.

According to James Ducker of The Telegraph, Rashford might miss United’s next two crucial Champions League matches at Old Trafford against Bayern Munich and Galatasaray in Turkey.

If the 20-time English champions are to advance from their group and into the next stage of the competition, they will almost certainly need to win both games.

According to Ducker, “Ten Hag faces an anxious wait to find out if Rashford could face a two-match ban for red card.”

“Manchester United cannot appeal the red card under UEFA rules.”

“To decide whether to issue a one-game or two-game ban, the FIFA disciplinary panel will meet prior to the Galatasaray match.”

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