Ibrahimovic to miss Boro clash

Bournemouth revealed on their official website that Mings denied the charge put towards him but he was still heavily punished by the FA, who deemed a standard three-match ban "clearly insufficient".

In our weekend Premier League recap we mentioned the 1-1 draw between Manchester United and Bournemouth and a particularly nasty incident between Zlatan Ibrahimovi? and Tyrone Mings.

Zlatan maintains the contact was incidental and not intentional.

Mings was also charged with violent conduct by the FA for stamping on the United striker's head.

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Mings has not been sent off in 75 matches as a professional, receiving only 13 yellow cards with the last coming in April 2015, the club said on their website.

Ibrahimovic was yesterday banned for three games for retaliating to the stamp with an elbow to the head of the 23-year-old.

Moments later, Ibrahimovic elbowed the defender in retaliation and was subsequently given a three-match ban on Tuesday, but the FA has deemed Mings's offence worse than that of the United player.

A more severe punishment could also rule him out of the Cherries' fixtures with Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.

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Mings appeared to stamp on Ibrahimovic while the Swede then seemed to elbow the defender soon after.

Boro have now dropped into the Premier League relegation zone after a awful run of results and, following the weekend's FA Cup quarter-final clash with Manchester City, face the Red Devils at the Riverside when league action resumes on March 19.

The referee didn't see the incident, which was caught on video.

The news is a big blow to Manchester United, who have relied on Ibrahimovic for crucial goals this season. 'At the same time I protect myself and unlucky he jumps into me. Hard and fair is how I like to tackle but off the ball stuff like that isn't in my game.

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