Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has received a two-match ban for comments about referee Paul Tierney after their win against Tottenham.
One of the games is suspended until the end of next season, meaning he will miss only Saturday’s match with Aston Villa.
Klopp has also been fined £75,000.
The German was booked by Tierney for his celebrations in front of the fourth official and later claimed the ref had said something untoward him during their confrontation. Tierney and the PGMOL refuted the claims and offered audio to confirm their stand.
The commission said in mitigation that it accepted Klopp’s “apology and regret to be genuine”.