Saudi striker banned for eight matches for spitting

Saudi Arabia’s Nasser al-Shamrani celebrates after scoring a goal against UAE during their Gulf Cup semi-final soccer match in Riyadh Nov. 23, 2014.

Al Hilal forward Nasser al-Shamrani has been suspended for eight matches for spitting at an opponent during the second leg of the Asian Champions League final.

The Saudi striker, who was named as Asian player of the year despite the incident, will serve the ban in continental competition after spitting at Western Sydney Wanderers’ defender Matthew Spiranovic after November’s final.
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Source News: Alarabiya
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