UEFA sees red over Scotland’s Porteous and adds another game to his ban

June 18 – Ryan Porteous will miss Scotland’s two remaining group games at Euro 2024 after his red card ban was extended.

The defender was sent off late in the first half of Friday’s 5-1 defeat by Germany, conceding a penalty with his ugly challenge on Ilkay Gundogan.

After reviewing the incident, UEFAs control, ethics and disciplinary body added an extra match to the suspension for “serious rough play”.

UEFA confirmed that he will now be ruled out of the next two group games against Switzerland and Hungary.

That means his tournament will be over unless Steve Clarke’s men can do what no other Scotland team has ever done by reaching the knockout stages of a major tournament.

Meanwhile, the Scottish FA has been fined €5,625 for the “throwing of objects” by Scotland fans during the heavy loss at the Allianz Arena in Munich.

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