Super Falcons and KAA Gent striker Gift Orban has been given a two-game boycott and a €1,500 fine for fierce lead.
Gent affirmed Orban’s suspension and fine on their X handle (previously Twitter).
The 21-year-old was shown a straight red card in the 44th moment after a vicious direct towards a player from Eupen on Sunday.
Before his shipping off, Gent was 1-0 down yet proceeded to record a 2-1 win.
An assertion from Gent reads:”KAA Gent has chosen to acknowledge the suspension proposition for Gift Orban.
“The Government Public Investigator’s Office mentioned a two-match suspension, one of which was delayed. This implies that Orban is suspended against Antwerp on Wednesday.
“Orban got a red card in the match against Eupen after he pushed a rival. The Government Public Investigator’s Office decided that it included “actual offense”, and all the more explicitly “a fierce push with focused energy”.
“For Orban, it is the primary red card in 57 expert matches. As indicated by the Government Public Examiner’s Office, that spotless lawbreaker record played for his potential benefit.
“A base suspension of two matches — being as far as not set in stone in the demonstrative table – is proper. Besides, a fine of 1,500 euros was forced on the player.”
Orban has scored two objectives in six games in the Belgian association this season.
In spite of joining Gent borrowed in January, he scored 15 objectives in 16 association appearances.