West Ham United midfielder Tomas Soucek’s purple card in Saturday’s Premier League goalless draw at Fulham has been canceled following an enchantment to the FA, the membership mentioned on Monday.
Soucek was despatched off in stoppage time when he unintentionally appeared Fulham’s elbow, striker Aleksandar Mitrovic within the face, with referee Mike Dean issuing a purple card after watching the incident on the Monitor Video Assistant (VAR).
On Sunday West Ham mentioned that they had appealed to the FA to cancel the purple card.
I’m glad that my purple card towards Fulham has been canceled. I checked it out, I went over 200 video games and not using a single purple card. My entire profession. We sit up for serving to the workforce on this week’s essential video games! Thanks to your help!#cazzu # right here: #COYI: pic.twitter.com/wANFeAFmhf:
– Tomáš Souček (@ tomassoucek28) February 8, 2021:
“The enchantment towards Soucek’s purple card was reviewed by an unbiased regulatory fee this morning on the Soccer Affiliation and, following this trial, the midfielder’s suspension was overturned and lifted with rapid impact.” West Ham mentioned in a press release.
Soucek spoke after the sport to Mitrovic, who mentioned his duel was good. David Moyes, West Ham’s supervisor, mentioned it was an “embarrassing determination” from VAR and Dean.
The blind midfielder will now be out there for the fifth spherical of the FA Cup at Manchester United.
Final week, Southampton appealed and efficiently annulled Jan Bednarek’s purple card of their 9-0 loss to Manchester United after the defender was sacked by Dean.