Man United Striker Banned For Two Matches For Stepping On Richarlsson
By BSportNews | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 16256 views
Manchester United after qualifying for the quarter-finals in FA Cup will now be seeking return to winning ways when they will be hosting Westbrom.
United who are second in EPL standings are aiming for a champions league spot considering a large gap between them and Manchester City.
However, their key striker Edinson Cavani will set to miss two of his international matches.Cavani received Red card in November last year after fouling Richarlison and therefore he won't face Argentina and Bolivia.
The 33-year-old was supposed to be automatically ruled out for one game, but due to the severity of his step on the ankle of Everton star Richarlison, he got an extra match.
However, with the striker not needing to make a long trip to South America next month, Manchester United fans are probably glad he’ll be getting some rest.
Cavani has been a great player since joining United on a free transfer from PSG.
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