Previous
Hull City
Manchester United
0
1
FT
Game Details
Tottenham Hotspur
Liverpool
1
1
FT
Game Details
Watford
Arsenal
1
3
FT
Game Details
Chelsea
Burnley
3
0
FT
Game Details
Leicester City
Swansea City
2
1
FT
Game Details
Borussia Dortmund
Mainz
2
1
FT
Game Details
Real Madrid
Celta Vigo
2
1
FT
Game Details
Leganes
Atletico Madrid
0
0
FT
Game Details
Lazio
Juventus
0
1
FT
Game Details
Napoli
AC Milan
4
2
FT
Game Details
DC United
Chicago Fire
6
2
FT
Game Details
Philadelphia Union
Sporting Kansas City
2
0
FT
Game Details
Columbus Crew SC
San Jose Earthquakes
2
0
FT
Game Details
Toronto FC
Montreal Impact
0
1
FT
Game Details
Houston Dynamo
FC Dallas
1
3
FT
Game Details
LA Galaxy
Vancouver Whitecaps
0
0
FT
Game Details
Next
ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Hiddink faces six-game ban

Anzhi Makhachkala coach Guus Hiddink faces a six-match ban after he pushed the fourth official during his side’s 2-1 defeat at Dinamo Moscow on Friday.

Guus Hiddink, Roman Chernov
Hiddink pushed fourth official Roman Chernov on the shoulder following the late penalty award.

Dinamo won the match courtesy of Andriy Voronin’s penalty deep into injury time after Anzhi, down to ten men from the 33rd minute when Ewerton was dismissed, looked to have rescued a point through Christopher Samba’s late equaliser.

Hiddink, angered by the penalty award, which came after Marko Lomic’s cross had struck Mehdi Gonzalez’s arm, lightly pushed fourth official Roman Chernov in frustration.

Russian Football Union (RFU) rules stipulate that those guilty of an “intentional push” on a match official be suspended for six matches.

The referee, Sergei Karasev, is reported to have told Hiddink he made a mistake in awarding the spot kick and apologised to the Dutchman, who added: “And I have apologised for the push on the fourth official.”

Hiddink also said he had no issue with the red card for Ewerton.

"We made a mistake in defence and were reduced to ten men and it influenced the play a great deal," he said. "I have no doubts that it was a fair decision.”

Comments

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, photo & other personal information you make public on Facebook will appear with your comment, and may be used on ESPN's media platforms. Learn more.