Cristiano Ronaldo handed five match ban for referee shove during Spanish Super Cup
Real Madrid forward suspended for one match for his red card and a further four for putting his hands on Ricardo De Burgos Bengoetxea
Cristiano Ronaldo has been banned for five matches for pushing the referee after he was shown a red card against Barcelona in Real Madrid's 3-1 Spanish Super Cup first leg victory on Sunday, the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) said on Monday.
Ronaldo, 32, was sent off in bizarre fashion, collecting a yellow card for taking his shirt off during a goal celebration before being shown a second for diving.
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Upset by referee Ricardo De Burgos Bengoetxea's decision to dismiss him, Ronaldo shoved the official, which landed him in further hot water.
RFEF issued Ronaldo with a €3,005 (Dh13,000) fine and a four-match suspension in addition to the automatic one-game ban the player was due to serve for his red card.
Ronaldo, who struck a spectacular second goal for a dominant Madrid, will miss the Super Cup second leg at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday and the club's first four Primera Liga matches.
Having featured in the Confederations Cup for Portugal, the striker only returned to training earlier this month. He came on as a substitute in the Uefa Super Cup win over Manchester United on August 8.
Updated: August 14, 2017 06:40 PM