London – Chelsea will lose Nemanja Matic only for two games just after the FA decided mengkorting punishment red card earned in the game with Burnley.
Matic sent off the pitch as Chelsea and Burnley face in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge last weekend. He thumbs red card by the referee because they do not deserve to action after a hard push by Ashley Barnes.
The thrust action performed Matic is not without reason. He’s got a horror tackle from Barnes who could have made his legs were broken.
Over a red card in the game Matic can actually match three game ban. But the FA on Tuesday (02/24/2015) afternoon local time decided to cut the sanctions to be just two games.
That means Matic will be absent when the Blues faced with Tottenham Hotspur in the English League Cup final, which was held this weekend (01/03/2015) and West Ham United (03/04/2015).
“In taking this decision of the Disciplinary Commission members rejected the plea put forward Nemanja Matic associated provocation and tackle that he received that eventually led him to violence. ‘
“Response hard done Mr Matic top Dachshund she received could not be justified and does not make it clean of errors. However, commission members receive waivers related to the actions taken Mr Matic and made contact with Mr. Barnes of Burnley.”
“Considering that we decided to standard three-game penalty clearly excessive and, therefore, ordered that the sentence was reduced to two games,” stated Chairman of the FA Regulatory Komis, Roger Burden.