Dominick Drexler suspended for two matches

Following charges raised by the German Football Association (DFB)’s control body regarding rough play against an opponent, the DFB’s Sports Court has handed Dominick Drexler a suspension from the next two competitive domestic fixtures.

Dominick Drexler sieht gegen den 1. FC Köln die Rote Karte

The 32-year-old is suspended from all games until the suspension elapses. The midfielder was sent off in the match away at Köln by referee Robert Schröder, after an intervention by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR).

The player and the club have agreed to the verdict, meaning the verdict is final.

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