Final Up to date: 06/01/20 10:44pm
Crystal Palace are interesting the crimson card proven to Luka Milivojevic throughout the FA Cup defeat in opposition to Derby County on Sunday.
Milivojevic was proven a straight crimson after referee Michael Oliver used a pitchside monitor to view a confrontation between the Palace captain and Tom Huddlestone.
Oliver made a uncommon journey to the VAR display screen to ship off Milivojevic as Derby shocked their Premier League hosts with a 1-Zero victory at Selhurst Park.
Palace are citing 4 earlier examples of comparable incidents which didn’t end in crimson playing cards.
The incidents are:
- Anwar El Ghazi showing to goal headbutt at team-mate Tyrone Mings throughout Aston Villa vs West Ham on 16 Sep. Ref was Mike Dean. Went to VAR. No yellow.
- Kyle Walker showing to headbutt Alireza Jahanbakhsh throughout Man Metropolis vs Brighton in FA Cup semi-final. 31 minutes. Ref was Anthony Taylor. Goes to VAR. Walker will get yellow card.
- Moussa Sissoko headbutts Nathan Redmond in Southampton vs Tottenham on 9 March. Ref was Kevin Good friend. Sissoko and Redmond get yellow playing cards. 87 minutes.
- Harry Kane strikes his head in the direction of Cesar Azpilicueta throughout Chelsea vs Tottenham on 27 Feb. Ref Andre Marriner takes no motion. 24 minutes
MIlivojevic is a going through three-match ban for violent conduct
If he receives the total suspension, Milivojevic would miss video games in opposition to Arsenal, Man Metropolis and Southampton.