UEFA ban Eduardo for two games

Arsenal striker Eduardo has been banned for two matches by UEFA for diving to win a penalty against Celtic in a Champions League qualifier last week.

UEFA announced today that their control and disciplinary body had suspended the Croatian international “for deceiving the referee”.

Eduardo will miss Arsenal’s Champions League group matches away at Standard Liege on September 16 and the home match with Olympiacos on September 29.

The Gunners have three days to lodge an appeal.

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