The Manchester United striker was accused of elbowing Tyrone Mings at Old Trafford on Saturday minutes after the Bournemouth defender remained on his head.
Ibrahimovic at first guaranteed Mings had “hopped into” his elbow, however he has picked against battling the charge and will start a residential suspension with prompt impact.
The suspension denies United of their top scorer for Monday night’s FA Cup quarter at Stamford Bridge and Premier League amusements against Middlesbrough and West Brom.
The Swede’s accessibility for the Europa League tie against FC Rostov is unaffected.
Meanwhile, Mings likewise has been given a five-matches boycott by the FA for vicious direct in the wake of seeming to stamp on Ibrahimovic.
The Bournemouth defender was initially given a three-match ban in the wake of being charged in the outcome of Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford and had appeal.
Be that as it may, the FA had illustrated arrangements to uphold an expanded restriction on Mings for his offense, taking after an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing on Wednesday.