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Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale handed two-match ban after red card

The Wales forward was dismissed during Madrid’s 3-3 midweek home draw with Las Palmas.

FOOTBALL 03/03/17 15:36
Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale handed two-match ban after red card

Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale has been suspended for two LaLiga matches for his dismissal against Las Palmas on Wednesday night.

The Wales international was shown a straight red card in the 3-3 home draw for a second-half kick and shove at opponent Jonathan Viera.

Bale will miss Real’s LaLiga clashes with Eibar on Saturday and Real Betis next weekend. He has also been fined 600 euros (£517) and the club 700 euros (£604).

Real have 10 working days to appeal the decision.

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