NYON, Switzerland (AP) — Bayern Munich ahead Thomas Mueller has been banned from each video games in opposition to Liverpool within the Champions League spherical of 16.

UEFA’s disciplinary panel imposed a two-game ban on Friday for Mueller’s purple card after a nasty take on in opposition to Ajax final month.

The panel added yet another sport to the required one-match ban for a directly purple card.

Bayern performs at Liverpool on Feb. 19 and hosts the second one leg on March 13 in a conflict of five-time Eu champions.

Ajax’s Maximilian Woeber additionally misses the spherical of 16 video games — in opposition to Actual Madrid — for his purple card in a separate incident right through his crew’s Three-Three draw with Bayern within the ultimate group-stage sport.

UEFA additionally fined Ajax 20,000 euros ($23,000) and Bayern eight,000 euros ($nine,200) for separate incidents involving enthusiasts.

In different rulings, Paris Saint-Germain used to be fined 35,000 euros for a spread of fees, together with crowd disturbances and “unsuitable behavior of officers” at a 6-1 win over Crimson Megastar Belgrade in October.

Crimson Megastar will have to pay 25,000 euros for “illicit chants” by means of its enthusiasts, who attended the sport at Parc des Princes regardless of a UEFA ban at the membership promoting tickets to touring enthusiasts.

Olympiakos used to be fined 90,000 euros for fan dysfunction at a Europa League house sport in opposition to AC Milan final month. The Greek membership dangers a one-game stadium closure for a repeat offense within the subsequent two years.

After clashes between enthusiasts and Rome police at a Europa League sport final month, UEFA additionally fined Eintracht Frankfurt 80,000 euros.

UEFA additionally threatened Eintracht with a one-game ban on promoting tickets to an away sport within the Champions League or Europa League within the subsequent two years.

Lazio used to be no longer sanctioned regardless of images circulating of a gaggle of its enthusiasts showing to make Nazi salutes on the Olympic Stadium.


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