Manchester United wing-back Ashley Young will miss his side's next three matches after he accepted a violent conduct charge for appearing to elbow Dusan Tadic during the 0-0 draw with Southampton on Saturday.
The news on Young is another blow for United manager Jose Mourinho, who is already without full-back Antonio Valencia, club captain Michael Carrick, Chris Smalling, Eric Bailly, Marouane Fellaini, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Romelu Lukaku due to injury. With the pair marking each other at a corner, Young elbowed Tadic in the stomach.
"He elbowed me and I asked him: 'Why did you do this?' I didn't really understand".
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Rob is ESPN FC's Manchester United correspondent. The incident was not seen by the referee, Craig Pawson, but was caught on video, prompting the FA to take action.
'I'm disappointed about that because you don't expect that from him, because he's an experienced player and he can not do that I think'.
As a result of the suspension, Young will miss Monday's game against Everton, as well as an FA Cup fixture with Derby County and a Premier League match against Stoke City.