Discipline needed: Liverpool's Mane 3 match ban appeal rejected

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"Sadio Mane's three-match suspension, which was effective immediately, remains in place after his claim of excessive punishment was rejected following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing", the FA said in a statement.

Klopp and opposite number Pep Guardiola both expressed sympathy with Mane afterwards and the Senegal forward wished Ederson a speedy recovery in a Facebook post, where he described the incident as an "accidental collision".

The Senegal worldwide will now be suspended for Liverpool's Premier League matches against Burnley and Leicester, in addition to a trip to the latter in the EFL Cup.

I don't think that is a red card, however the goalkeeper ends up.

"The only thing we didn't do a year ago was win the big games", De Bruyne, who set up goals for Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus, said after Saturday's match.

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"I could understand that feeling, but in today's training session, there were two or three long balls and he was there", said the City boss. I never thought it would happen but only because I am used to it to things like this. Lots of situations in the last few weeks that were similar. I don't want to bring that in doubt, but how can you ask if he's number one?

The full extent of Ederson's horrific-looking clash with Sadio Mane has been revealed after the goalkeeper showed off his battle scars on social media.

"We don't want to underestimate this, it looks terrible and Ederson was lucky nothing more serious happened in this situation".

"Under the letter of the law, it's a red, but I think that's wrong.
I don't think someone should get sent off when he doesn't intend to injure the player". We can not change this. He just wanted to get the ball as soon as possible.

"I don't blame the referee for the decision". That made his decision subconsciously. It was our duty to appeal.

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