Marko Arnautovic gets a LET-OFF as UEFA hand him just a one-match ban at Euro 2020 for ‘insulting another player’… but decision makes no mention of racism despite claims he shouted ‘I’m f***ing your Albanian mother’ at Gjanni Alioski
Marko Arnautovic has been banned for one match by UEFA for insulting North Macedonia’s Gjanni Alioski but their decision makes no reference to racism despite claims he said ‘I’m f***ing your Albanian mother’ in the direction of Ezgjan Alioski.
On Tuesday, it was revealed that UEFA had appointed an ethics and disciplinary inspector to investigate Arnautovic’s outburst and there were suggestions that if he was found guilty, he could miss the tournament.
But UEFA’s ruling makes no reference of racism. The suspension rules him out of Austria’s match against Holland on Thursday.
Arnautovic scored his side’s third goal in the 3-1 victory to have them three points in their opening group clash.
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Marko Arnautovic has been banned for a match for insulting North Macedonia’s Ezgjan Alioski