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Dortmund's Emre Mor gets 2-match ban, Hertha's Valentin Stocker gets 3

Borussia Dortmund winger Emre Mor has been banned for two games and Hertha Berlin midfielder Valentin Stocker for three after their dismissals in Friday's 1-1 draw at the Westfalenstadion.

Both clubs have accepted the verdict.

During a heated final 10 minutes in Dortmund, Turkey international Mor and Hertha midfielder Stocker were sent off by referee Patrick Ittrich.

Mor, 19, will miss Borussia's trip to Ingolstadt next weekend as well as the derby against Schalke due to what the German FA (DFB) deemed "violent conduct in a minor case" after pushing over Hertha defender Sebastian Langkamp in the 84th minute.

Emre Mor red card
Emre Mor was sent off for pushing Hertha defender Sebastian Langkamp.

Langkamp had apologised for his part in the incident, telling reporters it was "not a red card for Emre Mor" and was sorry for "overdoing it in the heat of the moment."

The DFB also announced that Stocker will miss three matches due to "serious foul play" after tackling Dortmund defender Matthias Ginter from behind in the 90th minute when he had only a slim chance to get to the ball.

Stocker's absence adds to fourth-placed Hertha's midfield problems ahead of their match against second-placed Cologne at the weekend.

Pal Dardai's are already without new signing Ondrej Duda and Czech Republic international Vladimir Darida. Former Chelsea star Salomon Kalou is a candidate to play in the attacking midfield role on Saturday when Hertha could leapfrog Cologne if they secure victory at the Olympiastadion.

Stephan Uersfeld is the Germany correspondent for ESPN FC. Follow him on Twitter @uersfeld.

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