Manchester United midfielder Casemiro has now been handed a four-match ban after getting a red card Vs Southampton on Sunday, MySportDab reports.
The Brazilian got sent off in the first half following a VAR check on a rash challenge.
He was initially shown a yellow card by referee Anthony Taylor for a tackle on Carlos Alcaraz.
However, VAR told Taylor to use the pitchside monitor and change his decision.
After review, the referee decided to give Casemiro his second red card in the Premier League.
The 31-year-old also got a red card 2-1 win over Crystal Palace and was suspended for three matches.
He returned back for the Red Devils in United’s 7-0 loss to Liverpool at Anfield.
Unless United appeal the decision, Casemiro will now serve a four-match ban in the Premier League and FA Cup.
He can’t play in next week Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final match against Fulham.
He will also miss EPL games against Newcastle United, Brentford and Everton.
Now, he can only play again on April 15th when united face Nottingham Forest.
However, The Brazilian can play against Real Betis in the second leg of United’s Europa League knockout fixture.
But, he is also one booking away from another ban in the Europa League, so if he gets a yellow card against Betis, he will miss the first leg of the quarter-final game.