AC Milan Winger, Rebic Suspended For Two Games After Red Card Against Napoli

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Following his red card against Napoli this past weekend, the Sporting Judge has ruled that AC Milan left-winger Ante Rebic will be suspended for two Serie A matches.

Rebic was sent off in the 92nd minute of the game for criticizing the referee Fabrizio Pasqua after just 30 minutes on the pitch after returning from injury.

The striker is having a tough season, making it much more difficult for himself and the team to stay in contention for a Champions League spot.

So far this season, Rebic has 5 goals and 8 assists in all competitions.

He has been suspended twice for red cards, once in the Europa League and now in Serie A.

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This means Rebic will miss two crucial games for the Rossoneri against Fiorentina and Sampdoria, one before the international break and the other after, both of which are now must-win matches for the Rossoneri.