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WATCH VIDEO: How VAR aided in Eric Ocansey red card in Belgian league game between Eupen and Charleroi

Published on: 10 August 2018

Ghanaian midfielder Eric Ocansey was sent off in the Belgian Pro league game between K.A.S Eupen and Charleroi, a game his side lost by 4 goals to 1. 

The midfielder was red carded through the intervention of VAR. Ocansey was found to have elbowed an opponent, which earned him a straight red card.

Meanwhile, the latest development indicates the midfielder has been handed a four-match ban and fined € 4,000 for his sending last week against Sporting Charleroi for punching an opponent.

His punishment was announced by the Belgian Football Union's Litigation Committee (URBSFA) after a sitting on Tuesday.

The 20-year-old will miss the matches against Zulte-Waregem, Gent, Royal Excel Mouscron and Standard Liège.

He will return in September when Eupen visit Waasland-Beveren.




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