FANS WANT MCGINN BANNED AFTER WHAT HE SAID IN THE AWAKE OF TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 4-0 LOSE WITH TOTTENHAM

Aston Villa captain John McGinn received a red card against Tottenham Hotspur
This means he will miss the next three games
Tottenham’s Destiny Udogi was attacked by McGinn in the second half
It happened when Udogi tried to fight back for his team
Referee Chris Kavanagh decides to send off McGinn
It was a tough second half for Unai Emery’s side, who found themselves 2-0 down after just 53 minutes
James Maddison and Brennan Johnson scored twice in just three minutes, with Son Heung-min and Timo Werner adding more goals in the second half
Football
London has learned that McGinn was sent off for “serious misconduct”
According to football rules, this occurs when a player makes a tackle or challenge that could result in serious injury to another player, or applies excessive force
If a player lunges at another player with one or both feet in an attempt to steal the ball, using too much force or causing injury to the other player, this is a serious foul
In this case, the tackle and speed of play were considered serious as McGinn was not attempting to play the ball
McGinn will now miss important away games against West Ham United and Manchester City, as well as the game against local rivals Wolves
Spurs beat Villa 4-0, closing the gap on their rivals in the Champions League to just three points
Villa’s quest for a top-four finish continues next Sunday against West Ham, with Spurs facing Fulham at Craven Cottage on Saturday


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