Chinanews client, Beijing, June 10. On June 10, the Chinese Football Association website announced the punishment decision on Chengdu Rongcheng player Haimiti and Shandong Taishan player Shi Ke.

Among them, Hemiti was suspended for 3 games and fined 30,000 yuan for committing violent acts.

  On June 8, the second round of the Chinese Super League match between Chengdu Rongcheng and Beijing Guoan was held at Zeng Xianzi Stadium in Meizhou City.

At the 41st minute of the game, after the referee blew the whistle to stop the game, Chengdu Rongcheng player Abdul Haimiti-Abdugni committed a violent act, hitting the opponent's face with his head, and the referee showed a red card. Its penalty play.

  The Disciplinary Committee of the Chinese Football Association, in accordance with the provisions of Article 53 of the "Chinese Football Association Disciplinary Guidelines", suspended Abdul Haimiti-Abdugni for 3 games and fined him RMB 30,000.

  In the match between Henan team and Shandong Taishan on the same day, Shandong Taishan player Shi Ke committed a serious foul in the process of grabbing the ball and kicked the opponent's leg with excessive force. The referee showed him a red card and sent him off the field.

  According to the provisions of Article 53 of the "Chinese Football Association Disciplinary Guidelines", the Disciplinary Committee of the Chinese Football Association suspended Shi Ke for one game and fined him RMB 10,000.

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