Jerome Boateng Suspended Three Games
Munich – bad news for Bayern Munich because of a red card received by Jerome Boateng this midweek, making German international defender should be absent in three games.
Boateng gets a red card in the 17th minute counter Schalke match Bayern at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday (4/2) pm dawn ago, due to violation of Sidney Sam in the penalty box.
When it Boateng is the last before Sam dealing with Manuel Neuer. However Boateng could catapult a strong protest to the referee before he left the field.
After the game which finished with a score of 1-1 was, the German Football Federation (DFB) conduct investigations and consider the action Boateng was not commendable, as a result they were sentenced three-match ban for him.
“DFB Disciplinary Commission has received advice from the DFB Supervisory Committee, to impose sanctions banned three games for Jerome Boateng for acts not sportsmanlike,” the official statement as quoted Soccerway DFB.
“Boateng got a red card in the 17th minute of the referee Bastian Dankert (Rostock) in the Bundesliga match against FC Schalke 04, February 3, 2015.”
“The club had 24 hours to provide information to the Disciplinary Committee of the DFB.”
As a result Boateng should be absent when Bayern against Stuttgart this weekend, and Hamburg SV and Paderborn. After a pause for a month season, Bayern have not won after losing 1-4 of Wolfsburg and Schalke offset.