Tyrone Mings given five-match ban for stamp

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has accepted a charge from the FA after an incident with Tyrone Mings in a game against AFC Bournemouth. Ibrahimovic has been charged with elbowing Mings moments after the alleged stamp.

It also upheld the FA's assertion that the offence was too serious to be treated with the standard three-match suspension, meaning centre-back Mings will be sidelined until mid-April.

Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been slapped with a three-match ban by the Football Association following his controversial elbow on Tyrone Mings.

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The struggling south coast outfit also said in a statement that they are "extremely disappointed" by the decision to ban Mings and are flabbergasted that the charges are deemed "proven".

United and England captain Rooney had called for Mings to be punished for the action while ex-Liverpool defender and television pundit Jamie Carragher labelled the apparent stamp "disgraceful".

The weekend's most interesting game, mainly for the wrong reasons, was Manchester United's draw with Bournemouth.

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With Ibrahimovic's firepower, it may be doubtful that United can pull past Chelsea and keep fighting for an FA Cup to go along with their EFL Cup.

Ibrahimovic has been a revelation at United this season, plundering 26 goals to keep Jose Mourinho's men on course for a hat-trick of trophies. 'At the same time I protect myself and unlucky he jumps into me.

On Saturday match referee Kevin Friend spoke to Ibrahimovic, who had already been booked, following his elbow on Mings, but neither player was cautioned.

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Bournemouth captain Andrew Surman pushed Zlatan Ibrahimovic to the ground only to have his head trampled on by Tyrone Mings. Hard and fair is how I like to tackle but off the ball stuff like that isn't in my game.