After the chaotic incident in MU’s 3-1 win over Fulham in the FA Cup quarter-final last month, the FA has approved the penalty for both MU and Fulham.
With Fulham, striker Aleksandar Mitrovic was banned for eight matches for pushing the referee. Fulham manager Marco Silva was banned for two games and fined £20,000 for his reaction to the referee and inappropriate language during his post-match press conference.
MU also could not avoid being severely fined by the FA when the players of this team surrounded and pressured the referee in the 71st minute of the match. As a result, MU was fined 65,000 pounds.
Through this, MU set an unintended record as the club with the most fines in the Premier League this season. Up to now, the Manchester team has been fined a total of £ 202,000 from the FA.
This is the fourth time MU has been fined this season. Before that, MU paid a fine of 3 times with a total of £ 137,000 for the same error that was determined to be not controlling the behavior of players in matches with Newcastle and Chelsea last October and Crystal Palace in January. past.
Following MU in terms of the most fines in the Premier League this season is Arsenal with a total fine paid to the FA of £ 185,000.