Acungkan Jari Tengah, Dele Alli Threatened Three Matches
England midfielder, Dele Alli, threatened sentenced by the European Football Federation (UEFA) due to his actions on the field Judi Dadu. If found guilty, he will be absent in three international matches.
Dele Alli was caught holding up the middle finger as Team Three Lion beat Slovakia 2-1 at Wembley Stadium in the 2018 World Cup Qualifier continued on Monday (4/9/2017). Some people think the movement is directed to referee Clement Turpin because of the chance of their position facing each other.
The player then quickly denied by saying that the middle finger was only a joke for teammates.
If the incident in London entered the report of the match, then Alli can be rewarded three-match penalty for being considered a serious offense.
“The ban appears in three games or a certain period for players who insulted the official of the game,” the UEFA rules.
“In cases of serious offenses, disciplinary action can be taken even if the referee and his assistant do not see the incident,” added the statement of the ultimate authority of the Blue Continent football.
Regardless of Alli’s incident, England topped Group F standings thanks to victory over Slovakia. They packed 20 points from eight games, five ahead of Slovakia in second place.
With two parties remaining, Gareth Southgate’s squad needs just one more win to ensure that they qualify for the finals in Russia next summer.