Sport FA Panel explain why they handed Lanzini two-match diving ban

15:06  04 january  2018
15:06  04 january  2018 Source:   Read Sport

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Lanzini has until 18:00 GMT on Tuesday, 19 December to respond to the charge. The incident was referred to an independent three-person FA panel who deemed he had deceived the referee. If the charge is upheld, he is set to get a two - match ban that would rule him out of Tuesday's League Cup

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West Ham were rocked last month when attacking midfielder Manuel Lanzini was slapped with a two-match ban for deceiving a match official during their 3-0 win away at Stoke, but an explanation has been published.

The incident occurred in the 18th minute when Lanzini went down under a challenge from Erik Pieters which referee Graham Scott awarded a penalty for despite the protests of the Stoke defenders. Mark Noble slotted home the spot kick as the Hammers cruised to a 3-0 victory, with Lanzini providing the assist for the second and third goals.

Upon review, the midfielder was charged with deceiving a match official and handed a two-match ban, which he and the club contested but their appeal was disregarded.

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West Ham boss David Moyes furious at FA 's decision to charge Manuel Lanzini with diving against The midfielder is the second Premier League player to be hit with a diving charge If the panel all agree he was guilty of simulation he could face a two - match ban

Manuel Lanzini will serve a two - match suspension after his appeal at a retrospective diving charge was rejected by the FA . Lanzini earned a penalty for West Ham but received a retrospective two - match ban for diving .

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As quoted by Sky Sports, the independent commission, comprised of Gareth Farrelly, Stuart Ripley and Paul Raven have revealed why they decided to hand the playmaker a two-match ban.

“In the incident in question, the player whilst running at speed in the opponent’s penalty area took a final touch with his right foot away from the defender.”

“It was at this point that he started to go to ground in an exaggerated manner, which included throwing his arms into the air in an unnatural way, before any contact with the opposing defender.”

“In that split second he dived, before the contact from the defender who had in fact withdrawn from the challenge.”

“It is not disputed that there was contact but the player anticipated this, dived towards the defender to initiate the contact and in reacting the way he did, successfully deceived the match official.”

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West Ham's Manuel Lanzini has been given a two -game ban after being found guilty of diving to win a penalty against Stoke on Saturday. If the player contests the charge, as Lanzini did, a separate panel hears the case. Why Klopp is useless. Race for Top Four.

West Ham's Manuel Lanzini has been given a two - match ban for diving in Saturday's Premier League win at Stoke. The incident was referred to an independent three-person FA panel who deemed Lanzini had deceived the referee.

Lanzini became only the second player to be retrospectively punished for a dive since the new rules were put in place over the summer, following Everton’s Oumar Niasse for a similar incident during the Toffee’s 2-2 draw at Crystal Palace.

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