Manchester United striker Cavani gets 3-match penalty for racist comments
Manchester United’s Uruguayan footballer Edinson Cavani was given a 3-match penalty by the English Football Association for his racist sharing. Accordingly, the 33-year-old football player will not be able to play in the Manchester City derby, which will be played in the League Cup.
Edinson Cavani, who played for Manchester United in the English Premier League, was punished for sharing racist.
The 33-year-old striker, who shared a racist post in Spanish on his social media account, was fined 3 matches and 100,000 pounds sterling by the English Football Federation.
Cavani deleted the post in a short time and apologized with words stating that he was against racism. However, this apology of the Uruguayan footballer did not prevent him from being punished.
Edinson Cavani, who has been suspended for 3 games, will leave Aston Villa in the Premier League, Manchester City in the League Cup, and Watford in the FA Cup, and Manchester United alone in their matches.