The Manchester United striker accepted the English Football Federation’s punishment for elbowing Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings in Saturday’s Old Trafford match. The penalty will force him to miss the quarterfinal of the FA Cup next Monday against Chelsea. The league matches against Middleborough and West Bromwich Albion.

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Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic on Tuesday accepted the English Football Association’s (FA) accusation of “violent behavior”. After his elbow to defender Bournemouth Tyrone Mings has been punished with three suspension games. Ibrahimovic and Mings were charged on Monday by England’s top footballers with violent behavior following the incident in which they were involved on Saturday at the United-Bournemouth league match at Old Trafford Stadium (1-1).

Mings, 23, stepped on Ibrahimovic on the head as he tried to jump on him in one set of the game. The Swedish, in the subsequent play returned the gesture with an elbow in the face after a corner. Zlatan Ibrahimovic will serve three immediate sanctioning parties after accepting the AF accusation of violent conduct and accepting the stipulated punishment the FA reported in a statement.

The match officials did not see the incident at the time, but the television cameras he added captured it. In the Premier League, a panel of expert referees analyzes incidents that occur on the pitch that are not seen by the referee thereafter. The veteran Swedish striker, United’s top scorer this season, with 26 goals, will miss the quarter-finals of the FA Cup next Monday against Chelsea and league games against Middles rough and West Bromwich Albion.

Tyrone Mings, the other of those involved in the incident who was also indicted by the FA, decided to appeal the charge, after the agency said that three suspension parties would be clearly insufficient given the nature of their aggression.

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The Manchester United striker accepted the English Football Federation's punishment for elbowing Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings in Saturday's Old Trafford match. The penalty will force him to miss the quarterfinal of the FA Cup next Monday against Chelsea. The league matches against Middleborough and West Bromwich Albion. Manchester United striker...