Manchester United star Aaron Wan-Bissaka suspended for TWO Champions League games as UEFA extend his one-match ban after his straight red card in shock Young Boys defeat
- UEFA hand Man United’s Aaron Wan-Bissaka a two-game Champions League ban
- The defender received a straight red card for his foul in the defeat by Young Boys
- Wan-Bissaka’s mandatory one-match ban has been increased for ‘rough play’
- He’ll miss next month’s clash with Atalanta along with tonight’s visit of Villarreal
Manchester United defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka has had the ban for his red card against Young Boys in the Champions League extended to two matches by a UEFA disciplinary panel.
Wan-Bissaka received a straight red card in the 35th minute of his side’s shock loss earlier this month after a foul on Christopher Martins Pereira.
The full-back’s mandatory one-match ban has been increased for ‘rough play’, meaning he will miss next month’s home clash with Atalanta in addition to Wednesday night’s game against Villarreal.
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Man United’s Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been banned for two Champions League games
Wan-Bissaka received a straight red for his foul on Young Boys’ Christopher Martins Pereira
The defender’s mandatory one-match ban has been increased for ‘rough play’ by UEFA