Serie A: AC Milan's Leonardo Bonucci given 2-match ban for elbowing Genoa's Aleandro Rosi
Bonucci has been found guilty of 'grave unsporting conduct' when he 'hit the opposing player in the face with an elbow, causing physical damage'.
Milan: AC Milan captain Leonardo Bonucci has been given a two-game ban for elbowing and will miss their clash against his former club Juventus, the Lega Serie A confirmed on Monday.
The Italian international defender saw red for elbowing Genoa's Aleandro Rosi after consultation with the video assistant referee during Sunday's goalless draw.
The Lega Serie A found Bonucci guilty of "grave unsporting conduct" when he "hit the opposing player in the face with an elbow, causing physical damage".
And the 30-year-old will miss the midweek trip to Chievo, but also the clash against Juventus at San Siro next weekend.
Bonucci's mental coach Alberto Ferrarini revealed earlier Monday that the defender had "hit rock bottom with his red card".
"All the attention he received from his move to Milan was beautiful, but it didn't do him any good," Ferrarini told Radio 24.
"With his red card yesterday, he hit bottom, but now I'm convinced that there'll be a rebirth, as if one chapter was closed to open another. He's hungry about coming back stronger than before."
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