Arsenal striker Eduardo has been slapped with a two-match ban by European football’s governing body UEFA for diving to win a penalty against Celtic last week. The Croatia international went down when there appeared to be minimal — if any — contact with visiting goalkeeper Artur Boruc in the Champions League qualifier.
A United Nations human rights agency has agreed to help Colombia investigate the massacre of 12 Indians in the southwestern part of the country. UEFA disciplinary officials are reviewing the incident when the Croatia striker won a penalty against Celtic on Wednesday before deciding whether he will be charged.
Arsenal striker Eduardo could face a two-match Champions League ban if European football’s governing body UEFA decide to charge him with diving. UEFA disciplinary officials are reviewing the incident when the Croatia striker won a penalty against Celtic on Wednesday before deciding whether he will be charged. A UEFA spokesman told Press Association Sport: “We are reviewing the match to see whether a disciplinary investigation should be launched.” Under UEFA rules, if charged and found guilty Eduardo could face sanctions up to a two-match ban in European competition.
English Premier League Arsenal have got one foot in the draw for the Champions League group stage after a comfortable 2-0 victory at Celtic in the first leg of the ‘battle of Britain’ qualifier.
Rangers ended Celtic’s three-year reign as Scottish champions on Sunday with an impressive 3-0 victory at Dundee United. Going into the final matches of the season, Walter Smith’s side led their Glasgow rivals by two points and needed a victory to guarantee the title coming back to Ibrox for the first time since 2005