Robert Lewandowski will serve a three-match ban after Barcelona appeal against the penalty failed. Barcelona have failed to appeal Robert Lewandowski’s three-match ban. After the Spanish Football Federation’s disciplinary committee confirmed the Polish striker’s original decision. According to Marca’s report on Monday,
Lewandowski was sent off in the 2-1 win at Osasuna before the World Cup break. The Spanish Football Federation’s disciplinary committee handed the 34-year-old a three-game ban. UFABET One for yellow and red cards and two for insulting referees.
Although Lewandowski claimed the reason for his gesture was aimed at Azul Grana coach Xavi Hernandez, not the alleged referee. But that explanation made no difference before Barcelona appealed the Polish striker’s ban. Because they viewed it as an unreasonable punishment.
According to reports, Barcelona’s efforts were in vain as the Spanish Football Federation upheld the original decision. Resulting in Lewandowski missing three games against Espanyol and Atlée. Thico Madrid and Real Betis after the Spanish league resumed at the end of this month.
“I don’t think the board in Madrid will punish me with more bans. Because it’s an important match for Barcelona. Where we have Espanyol and Atletico Madrid. So I think it’s too much. But I’m sure Barca will win the appeal.”