The sole disciplinary judge of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) imposed a two-match suspension on the Senegalese goalkeeper of Rayo Majadahonda, Cheikh Sarr, for his expulsion during the match against Sestao, on the last day of the Premier League championship. Federation.

Sarr was sent off last Saturday for jumping the fence and confronting a Sestao supporter behind his goal who was shouting racist insults at him.

His team, Rayo Majadahonda, therefore decided to leave the field in the 84th minute and the match played at Las Llanas was suspended.

In addition to the two matches, the player will have to pay an additional fine of 600 euros and his club of €90, in application of article 129 of the RFEF Disciplinary Code.

The judge also sanctioned Sestao to play the next two home matches behind closed doors and pay a fine of 6,001 euros.

By wbu4c

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